Finding out that your home has been burglarized can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a person’s life. A burglary is a violation of your personal space and after you’ve become a victim, it may take some time to recover – both your personal items and from the emotional stress. Here are some […]
The impact of your credit score goes beyond just the interest rate you will pay for a home loan. Do you understand what goes into determing your credit score?
Your credit score can be affected by any number of businesses and your cable/TV provider can do damage if you’re not careful when you move or change providers.
There are no lack of resources to get a copy of your credit report and even your “credit scores”. Some are free and others have a fee. But when it comes to buying a home, unless they are a FICO score they are a FAKO.
The Bank of Mom and Dad is increasingly open for business – and is increasingly necessary – for younger homebuyers looking to secure a down payment particularly for middle-income households and first-time homebuyers.
There are a lot of misconceptions about what information (about you) becomes part of your credit report.
On October 3, new regulations will go into effect that will protect first time home buyers. Know Before You Owe will give home buyers a clearer picture of what they’re signing up for.
Putting together the funds to cover down payment and closing costs can be a challenge for most home buyers. It’s important to know the acceptable and unacceptable sources.
For many home buyers an old collection account is standing between them and their homeownership dreams. Here’s some advice from one of the industry’s top credit experts.