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Convert Your Living Room – A Home Improvement

Jul 14 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

From early times in the United States (U.S.), up to the 1970s, much family activity centered on the living room of a home. Also known as “the receiving room,” home makers took guests there as soon as they entered the home. This room contained the best seating and furnishings. There, the draperies hung finely about the windows. A small piano might reside in the room. A vase with fresh-cut flowers and a bowl filled with nuts or mints might rest on the coffee table. “Eat something while I fetch coffee from the kitchen,” a home maker might say to guests.

Kept spotlessly clean, the living room location permitted the homemaker to entertain guests without their getting far into the dwelling (where messes lurked). A home maker might comfortably engage in polite and interesting conversation, and make an impression on guests in the living room. That location, the most formal, coat-and-tie room in the house, exuded sophistication as well as cleanliness and it wordlessly identified the family as rising in social status (or it did not). But, housing changed in the U.S. in the 1970’s when people wanted to express themselves, to have more choice, and they cared less about what guests thought of them.

They cared more about configuring their home with imaginative and useful living space. Still, even today, most newly constructed homes, as well as the ones built before the 1970s, have living rooms. Yet, the family room (where the radio once rested, then the television set sat, and now the wide-screen TV mounts upon a wall) practically centers both the family and their guests. Entertainment in the digital age, not simple conversation, requires access to digital content (no coat-and-tie necessary or wanted).

Homeowners began to remodel their living rooms into home offices, a special room ensconced with a desk, a computer work station, and online access. Then, the computer work station evolved to become the source of computer games and many former living rooms and offices became online gaming rooms. Now, neither computing nor gaming require sequestering in a room. A tablet or a laptop enables mobile computing and a smart phone enables online gaming.

Where does this leave the old living room? Some people place a bar there, complete with a pool table. For other people, this has become the guest bedroom (closed off with an access door to a full bathroom). Pets sometimes get the room for themselves, complete with their bed, toys, a hundes bar (a hound’s bar with water and kibble), and an access door placed at the base of the front door. Any of these ideas make more sense than a living room devoid of life, a haunt of bug ghosts and dust bunnies. #Tag1writer

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Home Depot Credit Card Facts

Jul 14 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

The Home Depot Credit Card is unlike any credit card you’ve ever known. Not only can you get 6 months of free interest if you spend over $299.00 but you also get opportunities a few times a year to defer payment and interest for a whole year. This is great, especially when you want to buy a major purchase. There are also many discounts and promotions that you can only get if you have the Home Depot credit card.

You can also choose the credit card that has the rewards program. This is where you get rewarded for buying things at Home Depot using your Home Depot creditcard. You can get free money to spend at HomeDepot. It is a really great program. Review the details of this great program and you will want to sign up.

One of the best features about the Home Depot Credit Card is that there is no annual fee. It is rare to find a credit card these days with no annual fee. This can save you a lot of money. Most credit cards charge an annual fee of over $100.

When you check your local Sunday paper you should look for the HomeDepot ad and see when they are offered their deferred payments promotions. When you spend over a certain amount you pay no payment or interest for one year. This is a great time to sign up for a Home Depot creditcard. If you need to purchase items for your home but, like most of us, are having some financial difficulties, then this is a great way to save some money.

You can also get reduced APR. If you spend $2000 or more the interest on your Home Depot creditcard will be reduced by almost 6%. It is a really great option. There is also zero liability on all unauthorized purchases. You can track all purchases on the internet with their internet account.

Remember that if you are planning to make a big purchase at HomeDepot then apply for a HomeDepot credit card for all of its great benefit. Get the rewards with their rewards program and also get the low APR so your payments are even lower. Get a year of no payments if you spend the minimum amount with no interest. Just go online and read the specifics on their creditcard. Apply for the HomeDepot creditcard today and you won’t be disappointed!

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Adventures In Home Improvement

Jul 14 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

Tim the tool man here again bringing you another adventure in home improvement. This time offering a step by step guide for any do it yourself project when your home has an unexpected leak coming from the ceiling inside your house. One of the first thoughts when you first notice moisture, a water spot, of hear that dripping sound when ever it rains is that somewhere on your roof there just maybe a crack, a small hole where a roofing nail used to be or some missing caulk around the flashing around the roof vents. In any case trying to find just where that leak is coming from on your roof is like finding a needle in a haystack. In other words an impossible task to locate just where that crack or hole is on one’s roof.

There are many options to consider when one is faced in preventing further water damage inside one’s home due to a leaky roof. The most obvious one is the thought that the roof is old and it might be in need of a total replacement. That’s the most expensive option. One that will cost well over $5,000 or more depending on the square footage of your roof. For many of us especially us senior citizens living on Social Security that is not the option. The best chance to eliminate any leaks, protect home and at the same time if you happen to live in a warm climate such as Florida keep your interior cool on those extremely hot and humid days is to apply a silicone water proof barrier over the entire roof.

With the advent of today’s silicone roofing technologies they have come up with various sealants that would more affordable and more practical to apply directly on your roof instead of a total roof repair. Through due diligence and research on the many types of silicone sealers I recommend Eterna-Lote S-100. From all the recommendations there are this one is by far the best choice for any type of roof. You can order it online but, for sheer convince and cost Home Depot carries this brand. They say timing is everything for I was just fortunate enough to be at Home Depot when they had Eterna-Lote S-100 on sale. Originally a 5 gallon bucket would cost a little over $200 but it was marked down to $70. The square footage of my roof required two 5 gallon drums of this sealant. A far better price than had I opted to replace my roof. Besides there is a 50 year warranty. What a deal.

There really isn’t much to do once you have the necessary equipment needed to complete the task at hand in applying this sealant on your roof. 5 gallons covers just about 500 square feet no primer needed. What I recommend for a single story dwelling is an 8ft. ladder, and extendable roller handle with a paint roller designed for rough surfaces considering our roof is a rolled out shingled roof. Next you will need an empty 5 gallon bucket. Once you have these necessary tools application is easy to do.

One other word of caution is to check the weather forecast before applying. For best results your roof should be dry and free of any debris. If any rain is in the forecast wait until there is at least two days of warm dry weather before and after applying this sealant. What I did was wait until the weather was a balmy sunny 65 degrees. And in Florida during the winter months 65 degree days are quite common. I started with emptying 2 gallons of Eterna into the empty 5 gallon bucket giving me easy access to lift it up on to the roof. This is because I am not Hercules any longer and 5 gallons of this sealant weighs just about 100 lbs. So carrying that weight up my ladder would have been a considerable chore, to say the least.

Having a slow pitched A frame roof it is quite easy to move around without any safety lines. Just be careful when you come close to any edge. That is why having this extended roller handle came in handy. Starting in the back of he house I proceeded to roll this sealant covering the roof, easing my way toward the front. Two and a half gallons of sealant covered 1/4 of my roof surface. Four hours later exhausted from all the non stop application I finally finished. It was around 3:45 PM just about the time the instructions stated that” for best results do not apply after 4 PM.” All I had to do now was clean up.

Clean up is relatively easy Paint thinner is the best choice to clean your roller and any drops of sealant that just happened to splatter on yourself. I wasn’t so fortunate though I look down and my legs were splattered with sealant. I probably had more sealant on me than on some parts of my roof. Just kidding though. Anyway with a clean cloth and paint thinner I managed clean up what ever mess I made.

The moment of truth arrived to see how effective this roofing sealant really is two days latter. It was around two in the morning and rain started pouring down. Wind gusts exceeded 50 mph and for four hours driving rain pounded the roof. Somewhere during that time two large tree branches broke off landing just short of our outdoor kitchen just missing the roof. Through it all not a drop came through our ceiling. Our house was safe and dry.

So if you have a leak somewhere coming from your ceiling and you know it is not coming from an upstairs bathroom it could only come from a crack or leak somewhere on your roof. Instead of replacing your roof Tim the tool man recommends Eterna-kote S-100 ultra silicone sealant for your roofing repairs even if you happen to locate where that leak is coming from. It works. Tim the tool man signing off until the next time.

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Rent To Own Homes – A Viable Option for Credit Challenged Home Buyers and Frustrated Sellers in 2008

Jul 14 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

The typical rent to own buyer desperately wants to become a home owner but their credit scores aren’t sufficient enough to qualify for a reasonable mortgage at the present time.

The rent to own buyer will typically need 6 – 24 months to rebuild credit, accrue monthly rental credits, and to save money for their down payment.

The advantage to the buyer is they can live in the home now while they get their financial affairs in order, lock the price and build down payment credits.

The advantage to the seller is they typically have a much stronger tenant living in their home vs. the typical rental scenario. The seller also collects a larger, non-refundable option fee down payment from the tenant. The tenant now has a vested interest in maintaining and buying the property from the seller at the end of the option period.

Credit repair is an extremely important component of the rent to own home buying process. The buyer must be proactively working on building better credit throughout the option period. It is recommended that the rent to own buyer works with a respected lender and/or credit repair firm to assist with the credit rebuild. The seller should also be working with their future buyer to ensure they remain on track to purchase their home.

Due to the current ailing real estate market, it is critical that the rent to own buyer and the seller work together as a team. Some of the major issues everyone needs to pay close attention to are:

  1. Is the property valued correctly? If not, the buyer runs the risk of having difficulties when they try to get their financing. If the house doesn’t appraise for the agreed upon sales price, the seller needs to step up and renegotiate or risk losing the deal all together.
  2. Is the buyer making on time rental payments each and every month? A good lender will be able to use this “on time” documented payment history to the benefit of the rent to own buyer at closing time.
  3. Is the seller willing to credit the buyer (rent credits) for “on time” rental payments? This is extremely important in assisting the rent to own buyer with building additional down payment funds.
  4. Is the seller meeting all their mortgage repayment obligations while the tenant is preparing to buy the home? Unfortunately, there are some cases where the seller has defaulted on their mortgage obligations and the home has fallen into foreclosure before the rent to own buyer has had a chance to buy the home. This is rare but it could happen…be careful…ask to see the buyers current mortgage statements every so often.
  5. Is the sellers title free and clear? This is a very important to look into because the seller could have difficulties closing if they have a big lien or judgment attached to their home.

There are a few things to watch out for when entering into a rent to own agreement but for the most part it can be a very viable option for both parties. The seller is able to sell his/her home creatively in a slower real estate market and the buyer locks into a price and has time to build their credit.

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Different Types Of Home Loans That You Must Be Familiar With

Jul 14 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

Home loans are an appealing and prevalent method for purchasing a dream house. In India, the interest for house loans has expanded in the last decade. Consistently various individuals seek home loans to own an impeccable homestead for themselves. The way that home loans accompany, included focal points (like tax cuts), and this is like strawberry on the cake.

Banks give house loans to purchasing houses as well as for an assortment of related purposes. The home loan business is overflowing with differing home loan items which coddle diverse needs of individual clients.

The accompanying are some prominent sorts of home loans accessible in the housing finance market:

1. Land purchase:

Land purchases loans are taken to purchase a plot on which a borrower can build her/his home. Most banks present upto 85% for every penny of the cost of the area. These loans could be profited for private and additionally for speculation purposes.

2. Home purchase:

The home purchase loans are the best known and the most ordinarily accessible home loan variants. These loans can be utilized to back the buy of another private property or an old house from its past managers.

These loans are given either on settled investment rates or skimming premium rates or as hybrid loans.

3. Home construction:

These loans can be profited by those people who need to develop a house as according to their wishes instead of obtaining an effectively developed one. The plot on which the borrower wishes to develop the house ought to have been purchased inside a year for the expense of the area to be incorporated as a part for ascertaining the aggregate cost of the house.

4. Home Extension:

Home Extension loans are valuable in circumstances when individuals need to develop their current house. Extension incorporates modification in the current structure of the habitation to include additional space, for example, building another room, a carpet, a better washroom or encasing a gallery.

5. Home improvement:

Home improvement loans are benefited by people who effectively own a house however fail to offer the trusts to redesign it. Various types of remodels and repair works might be financed utilizing this variation of home loans, for example, interior and outside painting, outer repair meets expectations, electrical work, water-sealing and development of underground or overhead water tank and so on.

6. Home conversion:

Those borrowers who have officially acquired a house by taking a home credit yet now need to purchase and move to an alternate house, pick the home conversion loans. Through these loans, they can subsidize the buy of the new house by exchanging the current loan to the new house. There is no compelling reason to reimburse the loan on the past home.

7. Balance transfer:

Balance transfer loans can be profited when an individual needs to exchange his home loan starting with one bank then onto the next bank. This is normally done to reimburse the remaining measure of credit at lower investment rates or when a client is troubled with the services gave by his current loan specialist and needs to switch to an alternate bank.

8. Stamp Duty:

Stamp duty loans are given to pay off the stamp duty charges on the buy of a property. The sum from this credit could be utilized exclusively for this reason. This section of home loans has yet not picked up much prevalence.

9. Bridged:

Bridged loans are transient house loans which are implied for individuals who officially own a private property yet want to purchase another house. It helps borrowers to reserve the buy of the new house until a purchaser is recognized for the old house.

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What Landlords Should Know About Home Improvement Grants

Jul 13 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

All American rental property owners, particularly those who are in need of essential repairs but lack sufficient funding to do so, should be made aware of the existence of home improvement grants that are sponsored by United States government. Whether your repair issues are that of a cosmetic nature or a project related to tenant safety, whether you need supplemental funding in order to do it, or you just would rather spend Uncle Sam’s money than your own, there may be generous amounts of free government money for you to apply towards your expenses.

Knowing this, let us now concentrate on a rather important subject for landlords…the consequences of neglecting to maintain your rental properties. Though this may seem an unpleasant topic to discuss, we know that this is pertinent information for a landlord to possess, and requires recognition. When adhering to a rental agreement made between a landlord and tenant, it is a given that the unit made available to the renter, as well as all common areas of the building such as laundry rooms, hallways, courtyards, and basements, will be properly maintained and inspected in order to insure tenant safety. Many respectable landlords utilize government home improvement grants make this possible

When the required maintenance is left untended to, or poorly performed, this puts the tenants at risk of potential danger. The repercussions of the neglect of the building, and compromise of its occupants, can result in a number of unfavorable circumstances for the property owner. Aside from the obvious downfall being that any unattended to repair issue usually will in time become worse and more costly to repair, there are many worse scenarios that frequently occur for landlords who’s maintenance attention skills leave something to be desired.

Regardless of whether or not they have a signed a lease, any legal occupants of your building have a right to safe conditions and repairs to be made in a timely manner. If you as the property owner do not attend to these matters, it is completely legal for your tenants to withhold their rent payments until you do. You do not have to have any type of written agreement with the tenant for them to take this action. It is their right, and it is the law.

In addition to this financial setback, you may then be fined by state or city inspectors and court ordered to make the repairs, or in some extreme cases, evacuate the premises. On a regular basis, many particularly undesirable landlords have been sued by tenants, had their buildings condemned, and some repeat offenders have actually been jailed for such neglectful actions that put the building occupants in physical jeopardy. All the while acquiring free government money in home improvement grants to finance the repairs could have prevented this.

If you are a landlords, good or bad, with wonderfully kept property, or homes that require extensive rehabilitation, do yourself and your tenants a favor and familiarize yourself with the free government grant programs that offer home improvement grants. After all, an ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure.

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Second Mortgage & Bad Credit Loans

Jul 13 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

Do you have a low or bad credit score and are in need of a loan and have faced rejection from the banks and other lenders? If you want to consolidate debt, complete home reno’s, payoff credit cards or whatever the case may be, second mortgages are an excellent option that can help you out now and in the future. By consolidating your debt with a second mortgage and eliminating all of your credit card debts and other consumer debts you will be making some serious improvement to your credit rating.

The bank puts a lot of emphasis on your credit score when determining whether or not to give you a loan, as you may have already found out, if your credit score is below 650 you will likely have trouble getting a loan from the bank. As mentioned above, using a second mortgage to consolidate your debts will “clean up” your credit report and make significant improvement to it. You need to look at it as a stepping stone process, where you consolidate your debts with the second mortgage, then continue to rebuild your credit, and then refinance the first and second mortgages into one new low rate first mortgage with an institutional lender like a bank.

Finding a second mortgage bad credit loan can be difficult because finding a lender to take on this more risky position can be difficult. Speak with an experienced mortgage broker in your area and you will receive professional advice and service, and can feel confident that you have a solid financial plan.

Mortgage brokers have access to many second mortgage lenders to find you the best second mortgage rate possible. Your broker will thoroughly inform you on the lending terms and the financial plan to refinance you out of the second mortgage into one new low rate mortgage that you may not currently qualify for with your current credit score.

Second Mortgage lenders do not put as much emphasis on your credit score as an institutional lender like a bank does. However, a second mortgage lender still wants to see that you can service the loan and may require that the some or all of the second mortgage proceeds are used to payoff other high rate debt.

Get A Second Mortgage To Refinance With Bad Credit

So how does a second mortgage work? The second mortgage lender is mainly concerned with the amount of equity in your home because this is what the loan size is going to be based upon. The lender will only lend up to a certain loan to value ratio which is often around 80%, with some lenders going as high as 85%. What does this mean to you? If you own a $300,000 home, and you currently have a first mortgage of $200,000, this mean the second mortgage lender will be willing to provide you with up to $40,000 as a second mortgage secured against the home ($40,000 + $200,000 = $240,000 which is 80% of the home’s value ($300,000). To start the process you will need to fill out an application and have an idea of the approximate value of your home. If the mortgage broker feels you can qualify for a second mortgage the next step is to review your credit report and order an appraisal on the home. The second mortgage lender will require an appraisal to be completed on your property by one of their approved home appraisers and you will be responsible for the cost of the appraisal which averages around $300. Once the appraisal is completed and there are no significant issues with the home, then the second mortgage lender will issue what is called a mortgage commitment which will have all of the terms of the loan and it is your mortgage broker’s responsibility to ensure you fully understand the terms. If you agree with the terms of the loan, then the next step is to have everything sent off to a lawyer to finalize the transaction. This is the same process as you went through when securing your first mortgage. The lawyer will finalize the transaction for you and once everything is completed he or she will then release the funds to you.

How can a mortgage broker help you? Brokers have relationships with Bad Credit Second Mortgage Lenders who will work with homeowners to provide as much LTV as possible, and have helped many clients get second mortgages in order to access equity and take care of financial emergencies.

Can You Refinance A Second Mortgage?

Yes! refinancing out of your second mortgage once your credit is better is critical and must be planned for, second mortgages are often short terms of 1-2 years. You should not plan on renewing your second mortgage, if the funds are used properly from the second mortgage you will be able to combine the two mortgage loans into one new first mortgage with an A or B lender by the time the term is up. You must be aware of the costs of doing this, if you are breaking one of your current mortgage terms to do this refinance, make sure you calculate the penalty of doing this into whether it is worth it. You will also be looking at more legal costs and possibly a new appraisal but more often than not, refinancing the two mortgages into one is your best option as second mortgages often come with a high rate.

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Do Credit Repair Programs Really Work?

Jul 13 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

To many in the real estate industry, credit is the most important thing that you can have. For most people you can’t buy a house without credit. You pay higher interest rates with poor credit. You also pay more for other things like insurance and financing appliances with bad credit. So what do you do if you had some mistakes in your past and you need to fix your credit?

Many people are turning to professional credit repair programs. If you search on the internet for credit repair, a million different companies show up and they promise to do everything for you in order to repair your credit. Many people that are eager to buy a house often spend money on these programs in hopes that their credit will get high enough for them to take advantage of the current interest rates as well as to qualify to buy a home.

In my business I have looked into many of these programs and while some of these programs offer legitimate help for repairing your credit, none of them do anything that you can’t do for yourself. In fact, the information on how to repair your credit is freely available if you look on the internet. In my experience most people feel it is too much work or they are concerned that they might mess up and that is what prompts them to pay a professional.

So if you are going to pay a credit repair service, here are a few things that you should look at when making your decision.

First, don’t use a company that sells credit lines. Some companies say that they can add you to a credit line of someone else and that will almost immediately boost your score. While this is true, about 2 years ago the credit bureaus adjusted their credit scoring and now when you are added to someone else’s credit cards it only has limited affects on your credit so tread with caution.

Second, a credit repair service is not a licensed service so look at the details. Credit repair companies many times are NOT licensed, so look at their information and ASK them what they are going to do. If they can’t clearly explain what they are doing for you then beware.

Finally, before hiring a credit repair agency, look at your own credit report. Look to see how old your credit items are. If they are over 7 years old then you may be able to remove them with just a phone call. Read up about it online and do a little research yourself before you spend that money.

Until next week…

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The Benefits of Attending a Home Improvement Trade Show

Jul 13 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

One of the most direct methods companies use to get in front of their customers is by exhibiting at trade shows. Trade shows are extremely valuable for both exhibitors and attendees. Home improvement shows are conventions where several companies come together to display their best products and services related to home design, decor, improvement, and remodeling.

If you are a homeowner remodeling your home, attending a home remodeling show can give you essential insight on available and trending products as well as which company can serve your needs best.If a company has a new product or service, they’re likely to disclose it for the first time at a trade show. This is a great way for you to have access to the most up-to-date and innovative home remodeling products and services.

Show attendees say that one of the greatest benefits of participating in a trade show is abbreviating the purchasing process from weeks to a single day. According to a survey conducted by Skyline Exhibits and EXPO Magazine, “trade shows and conferences are an important part of product sourcing and buying process” said 88% of the people polled, while 91% said that “trade shows are essential for comparing products and meeting suppliers in person.” Surveys also show over and over that prospects and customers attend trade shows with the intention to learn and gather information.

Trade shows can also provide you with greater confidence in your purchase. You will have an opportunity to see and compare the products first hand. This is a great way to test them out before making the final decision. Even just seeing something in person can change your mind. For instance, you may have your heart set on a lovely marble floor, but when you see under bright lighting, learn about the qualities of natural stone; such as absorbing liquids and leaving permanent stains, it just doesn’t feel as appealing as you thought it would. It’s better to make such discoveries at the show than after having it installed in your home!

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A HOME REMODELING SHOW

Know what you need or are looking for: do your homework before the show and look into the exhibitor list and floor plan. Based on what you are looking for, you should be able to prioritize a list of vendors or products that you want to make sure you get to see. This approach should help and guide you, as there will be a lot to take in, but also remain flexible. You may come across a new feature or product that you weren’t aware of before which may be just the solution you need.

Have a list of questions: if you are looking for a particular product or solution. Make sure you know what to ask in order to compare the best options.

Take business cards: make sure you take a good amount, as anybody you encounter is most likely going to ask for your information. You are also going to receive a lot of business cards, hence try to plan for a way to keep them organized.

Attend presentations: it is always a good idea to attend at least two presentations, especially from a company who sells a product you are interested in. You will have the opportunity to gather more detailed information and formulate questions about the product once you reach their booth.

Take notes: you will be getting a lot of information from many different sources so it is advisable to take notes or request literature such as brochures and/or catalogs to better remember once you return to your home or office.

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How to Improve Your Credit Scores Faster?

Jul 13 2020 Published by under Uncategorized

When you apply for a home or personal loan, the first thing your bank will check is your credit score. A credit score or a credit history is basically a result derived from the analysis of a person’s credit files. In addition to banks, insurance companies, phone companies, and government institutions also use credit scoring to evaluate a person’s financial stand.

Why is Credit Rating Important?

When you fill in your application for a loan, the bank does not have any solid means to evaluate you in terms of your ability to repay the loan on time. So they use credit rating as a tool to determine how strong you are financially. For this, they do a complete analysis of your income, on-going mortgages, assets and take into account many other factors to assess you. This will provide the banks and other money lenders a clear picture of your monetary status. When you try to borrow money with bad credit, it is very likely that your application might be rejected.

Reasons for Bad Credit History

A person may end up with a bad credit score due to a number of reasons. When you miss your payments towards mortgages frequently, this can lead to bad rating. Laziness in paying the bills, poor financial situation and overspending are some of the major causes of bad credit. Different countries have distinct methods of assessing a person’s creditworthiness. A bank can deny the application of an individual requesting to borrow money with bad score. This is done as per bank’s policies in an attempt to protect themselves from people whose credit scores do not satisfy the set standards. To improve your credit score, you can talk to a consolidation firm for easy repayment options.

Home Loans with Bad Credit

Having a bad credit does not entirely disqualify you to obtain a home loan. You can still borrow money with bad score with the help of consolidation firms. If you wish to close a deal on a house you like, you do not have to worry if the bank rejects your application for loan. A consolidation firm will analyse your financial records and grant you loan on certain terms and conditions. Usually the person applying for the loan would have to pay a slightly higher interest rate than an individual who has a good credit rating. But as you make your payments regularly, there is a higher chance of your credit scores getting better. If you own an asset you can still borrow money with poor credit, since your asset will be used as collateral, not your credit score. This is called a secure loan. If you do not own an asset, then you still may qualify for an unsecured loan which is subjected to specific conditions.

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