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Understanding all the Factors that Comprise Your Credit Score



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There is no score as important and relevant than your credit score which determines the ease or difficulty with which you are able to organize a mortgage loan for yourself. A good credit score makes your job a lot easier while a less than average credit score makes your task a lot harder. Hence it is prudent and wise to start working in improving your credit score, the moment the mere thought of buying a new home crosses your mind.

The improvement in the credit score is a slow and steady process and hence it is better off that you start working on its improvement today rather than tomorrow. Your credit history, each credit card transaction and any payment towards outstanding credit card debt or loan has an impact towards credit score. So the next time you take out your plastic to swipe, make sure you have planned the repayment as well in the most prompt manner.

A prompt payment record, the fact that you have hardly revolved your credit card outstanding and have no disputes with any of the loan providers or credit card issuers should translate into a healthy credit card score. On the other hand, if you have been on a revolving credit, the credit limits of your card has been revised downwards or there are any disputed outstanding payments with any of the credit card service providers, your credit card score is not likely to be as healthy. In case you are fortunate to back your home loan application with a healthy credit score, you are likely to be benefitted in the following ways:

  • Priority processing of your mortgage application. You avoid certain basic checks and control mechanism in case your credit score is higher than a score stipulated by banks or mortgage institutions.

  • The loan eligibility amount is higher for individuals with an above average credit score.

  • You can expedite the loan approval process by get yourself a pre-approved loan on the basis of your high credit score. Not only does this give you a clear picture of your house budget but also enhances your negotiation power with the seller.

Once you have decided to have your own home, it would be a great idea to be more careful and parsimonious with your credit card spending. You must not get into a high value transaction which would force you to revolve your outstanding and negatively impact on your credit score. Needless to add that revolving a card outstanding would also increase your interest costs and reduce the credit limit available on your card. The three credit reviewing agencies responsible for assessing your credit worthiness are expected to furnish you an annual update of your credit score. Make sure you understand the statement and all the numbers and figures reported in the statement indeed pertain to your card. Your ability to make timely repayments of all your loan and credit card dues indicates the stability in the flow of your income and helps you build your credit score.
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