Monday, August 28, 2006

Bad Credit and Home Refinance and Loan Options

When securing a low loan rate mortgage companies consider your FICO score. Your score which will be somewhere between 850 and 350 determines your credit rating. The higher the FICO score the higher your credit rating and ability to secure the lowest loan rate. Even with a low credit rating our loan agents may be able to help you refinance your home.

It is a good idea to review a copy of your FICO score before applying for a mortgage refinance on your home so you may eliminate any discrepancies and inaccuracies in the report. You may also want to consider securing a copy of your partners FICO score as both scores will be considered when securing the loan rate.

A good FICO score will help you secure the lowest loan rate for your new home loan, car loan, yacht loan, credit cards and mortgage refinance, etc. All of your debts are part of your credit score to include payment history. A mortgage refinance will not have a negative impact on your credit score but may help lift your financial burden today. Visit to discuss your options.


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