by Roy Chan - 2007-01-17
Credit reports are much easier to read now than in the past, because years of pressure from consumer advocates and regulators led to significant changes in the credit- reporting industry. The rise of ...
by Ben Fox - 2007-02-01
I often hear the question being asked "How do I get good credit?", and ask myself realistically, "How do you get good credit?".Whether you are a student, someone getting over a bankruptcy or just some...
by CL Haehl - 2007-03-18
Whether you are buying a new home, refinancing or getting a home equity loan, your credit report is perhaps the most significant factor in determining your mortgage application's approval, interest ra...
by Amy Wells - 2007-04-21
Bad credit can be a dark cloud hanging over your head, constantly following you around. However, your credit rating is not stagnant, and if you are patient, there are many things you can do to repair...
by Iris Shamble - 2007-05-03
Most people think right away that prosperity only deals with money. Prosperity is being fruitful and making great progress not only financially, but emotionally, physically and spiritually. You want...
by Robbie Hopcraft - 2007-05-14
Everyone is concerned about their credit score, and they certainly should be! Our lives are controlled and run by our credit scores. Nobody said it was fair but that's the way it is. We have the...
by Cornie Herring - 2007-07-24
When you apply for a credit, the lender will evaluate you based on the 3 important criteria: character, capacity and capital; these 3 important criteria, or known as 3Cs will affect the decision of th...
by Sean Matteson - 2007-08-03
As a consumer you've learned the importance of establishing a good credit rating with your lenders. Whether you are shopping for a new home or auto, or searching for the best deals on insurance, your ...
by Tarron Acuff - 2007-08-03
Bad credit repair gives anyone an opportunity to have a better life, and is not something you can't recover from. But, like everything in this world, bad credit repair companies come in two types: the...
by Cornie Herring - 2007-07-26
When you apply for a credit, the lender will evaluate you based on the 3 important criteria: character, capacity and capital; these 3 important criteria, or known as 3Cs will affect the decision...