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Home Equity Loan - Correcting Your Credit Score By Alan Lim

The credit score is one of the critical factors that will determine the cost of your home equity loan. Higher scores on the reports from the three major credit bureaus tend to mean a loan that costs less in interest rate. Determining your score To improve the credit score so that you have the best possible terms on a home equity loan, the first step is to learn all you can about the items recorded on your credit reports. There are three major credit bureaus and each of them may have different information. Some or all of the credit bureau reports can contain errors that should be corrected. There are precise procedures that must be followed in order to clear inaccurate, duplicated or missing information. It is possible to complete the cleanup process yourself, or there are companies that specialize in clearing up the information. What role do credit bureaus play? Credit bureaus collect information about individuals and present it in a consistent form to lenders, promotional businesses and landlords among others, in order to demonstrate the creditworthiness of the individual. When an individual applies to a lender for a home equity loan, the credit report of the potential borrower will be requested from one or more of the credit bureaus. Usually, the report is presented in the form of a FICO score. This score is a numerical value that tells the lender how the borrower ranks according to the bureau's algorithm. Improving the score Before applying for a home equity loan, you should review your credit score and take steps to improve the score. First, call for a current credit report from each of the three major credit bureaus. Each is required to provide a free report each year upon request. Then carefully review each item and make certain that you understand what the terms and markings indicate. Take note of each incorrect item and follow the instructions provided by the credit bureau to dispute the incorrect information. You should document each step of the process and don't give up until the report is as accurate as it should be.

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Removing negative entries Current legislation provides a number of different ways that consumers can force the credit bureaus to remove inaccurate information. You can also stop the sale of your credit bureau information to companies who purchase such information either to try to collect on old and sometimes nonexistent debts. Negative entries will lessen the chances of good terms for the home equity loan for which you apply. For example, too many inquiries will lower your credit score. A history of frequent moves can hurt your chances. You can lose good terms on a loan because you've held too many jobs recently. Fixes to avoid Adjusting the credit score can be fairly simple to do, so it is not necessary to pay someone else to correct your credit score. In fact, some less than scrupulous businesses take your money, but don't do much toward correcting errors. Don't waste your money on one of these. You should also avoid blanket disputes online or by mail. The credit bureau will often consider such efforts frivolous and refuse to investigate the dispute further. The time you spend in correcting legitimate errors will pay off in reduced terms for your home equity loan. Information is the key to any good decision and finding the best possible home equity loan resources means you can make better decisions. View all the helpful data you can find at http://www.homemortgageloan-refinance.com/Home-Equity-Loan-Best-Deals.php or http://www.homemortgageloan-refinance.com .

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Finance Your Car With Poor Credit By Carrie Reeder

Cars don't look at your credit before they decide to breakdown. Anyone, with poor credit or great credit, could find themselves in a situation where they need an auto loan. Fortunately, those with poor credit do have options available for financing their vehicles. "Bad Credit Car Loans" One of the most common methods of purchasing a car with poor credit is with a "bad credit car loan". You can acquire these loans through auto dealerships, online lenders, and high risk lenders. Typically these loans are available for anyone with a credit score below 600. People can find themselves in this situation after a divorce, after bankruptcy, if they have little credit, or if they have made poor financial decisions. The "bad credit car loans" are designed to protect the lender. They have higher interest rates than conventional auto loans. However, it is in your best interest to shop around for a bad credit car loan Risks of Shopping around There is a risk of shopping around for an auto loan. Submitting loan applications to several different companies will lower your credit score even more. It is in your best interest to find an organization that will find various Bad credit car loans for you, but only check your credit report one time. Home Equity Loan Another way to get auto financing with poor credit is with a home equity loan. The interest rate on a home equity loan is usually lower than the interest rate on a "bad credit car loan". Another advantage is that the interest is tax deductible on a home equity loan. The one obvious disadvantage to this type of financing is that you are using your home as collateral. If you are not able to pay your loan, then you put your home in jeopardy. Do not lose hope if you have poor credit. There are still options available to finance your car. Bad credit car loans, and home equity loans can help you achieve your goal of purchasing a new vehicle. View our recommended Poor Credit Car Loan http://www.abcloanguide.com/badcreditcarloans.shtml lenders.

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