How Much Is Your Bad Credit Really Costing You

Dated: 02/02/2015

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More today than ever before, our increasingly tight credit market demands a high credit score. Why?Over three quarters of all lenders use credit scores when approving loans or credit. The importance ofyour credit score doesn't end there. It's also used to determine your interest rate, the amount of yourdown payment and the variety of mortgage types available to you if you're buying a house, your ability toget a car loan, the premium on your auto or homeowner's insurance, and even your ability to get a job.For example, some insurers are using low credit scores as indicators to identify individuals they believeare more likely to make claims against their insurance policies. Last, but not least, if you have a lowcredit score, you'll pay a higher interest rate on bank loans and credit cards, and may even see yourcredit limit decreased.

How Much is your Bad Credit Really Costing you?


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The Supreme Commander of The Real Estate MarketPlace and A Good Guy, In General! Ron "Chip" Franks was born in 1972 in the thriving metropolis of Killeen, Texas and makes his profession there as on....

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