We refinanced our home with a different lender and my credit report is showing I have two mortgages. How long will it take for the lender that was paid off to drop off my credit report?
Financial blogger Ash Cash shares insights on how to give your home-buying plans a (credit) gut check. Potential first-time homeowners are often anxious about how their credit impacts their ability to qualify for a mortgage loan. The qualification process can be daunting when you’re unsure about your credit profile, and credit is just one of […]
For many of us, buying a home is the single biggest purchase we’ll ever make. It also happens to be one of those crucial moments where it’s essential to know all you can about your credit. As the housing market continues to turn around in many areas, is this the year you’ll start to consider […]
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When you need to know more about what your service can do for you when it comes to home ownership, get clued in with these big ideas from Chris Burke of Veterans United Home Loans. VA home loans have helped millions of veterans, service members and military families become homeowners over the last seven decades. […]
Will it have more of an impact on my credit report if I stop making my mortgage payments and become 90 days or more delinquent during a short sale process? Or will it be the same because the bank will still report it as a settled debt in the end?
Buying a Home – Plan in Advance Buying a home is likely to be the largest purchase you will ever make. It can be complicated and stressful, but with careful planning, buying a home can be a more satisfying process. To help you plan for this major purchase, Experian® has put together a list of […]
I am the owner of a house with a paid mortgage, which I am renting to family. How will this affect my credit scores, and how can I update my credit report with this information?
I bought a home a few months ago. How do I update my status to homeowner?
We are refinancing our house. There was an account on my husband’s credit report that he had disputed at the time it was reported. It is still showing disputed. The mortgage lender told us they needed a letter from the company stating it is no longer being disputed. We did that. Now they are saying they need the statement of dispute to be removed from the credit report, and they are telling us the credit bureau is going to charge us to do that. I have never heard of the credit bureau requiring payment. Is this correct?
I have never been late with mortgage except the two months I was working on a mortgage modification with my mortgage company. I was told not to pay my mortgage payments until a determination was made, yet my account shows I was two months late. Why?