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CREDIT REPAIR, FIXING BAD CREDIT & RAISING YOUR CREDIT SCORE AFTER FORECLOSURE OR BANKRUPTCY

In today's market, many borrowers find it difficult to obtain mortgage financing for a new home due to bad credit. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to improve your credit score after foreclosure or bankruptcy.

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taking steps to raise a bad credit score

There are many steps you can take to improve your credit score. Just because you have bad credit now doesn't mean you have to be stuck with a low credit score forever. Here are some things you can do to start improving your score:

  • Start paying credit card bills, car loan payments and mortgage loan payments on time.
  • Negotiate with collection agencies and past-due creditors to come up with a payment plan you can afford, and one that will allow your account to show as "current" rather than "past due" on your credit report.
  • After bankruptcy or foreclosure, it's important to show that you're able to bounce back and make future payments on time. Opening a secured line of credit or secured credit card and making payments on time for 12 months can have a positive impact on your credit score.
  • Review a copy of your credit report on a regular basis to ensure there are no errors. 

credit repair assistance

If you're still having trouble with a bad credit score, a credit repair company may be able to assist you in raising your credit score. Credit repair agencies are often able to help remove errors and items that are reporting incorrectly which may be causing your credit score to drop. Credit repair agencies can also assist in fixing bad credit by helping to ensure that good and current items are reporting correctly.

 

 

Call Lexington Law for a Free Credit Repair Consultation: 877-407-6187



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