Many aspiring real estate investors or first-time homebuyers never get off the ground because of less-than-perfect (or straight up bad) credit.
Even if they do, stricter lending guidelines and policies thanks in large part to the mortgage meltdown five years ago make it hard to borrow money even with average credit. The good news is there many ways to improve your credit scores, some as simple as making a few phone calls.
In other words, there is simply no need to be held back by an imperfect credit report.
If you want to dive into distressed real estate investment and need financing to do it, we’re here to help you get there. Even if you have a short sale, foreclosure or bankruptcy on your report, there are things you can do now to prepare you to get back in the game.
The August 2012 edition of Foreclosure.com’s free educational newsletter, “Investment Exchange,” is now available, which features everything from free tips to figure out and then repair your credit scores to an exciting webinar opportunity to whip your credit score into shape in a hurry.
- Site Feature Spotlight: How To Buy Double The House Without Paying More Money
- Website Search Tips: Free Credit Repair Help Online
- Hot Off The Press: Credit Bureaus’ ‘Big Brother:’ Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Our Success Stories: Success! Improve Credit Score, Save Monthly Mortgage Money
- Real Estate Tips: Credit Check Or House Hunt … What To Do First?
- Deals of the Month: August Foreclosure Deals!
- Linda’s Learning Lane: Decisions And Destiny Affect Credit History
Don’t use a low credit score as an excuse. Educate yourself, fix the flaws and refuse to let anything stand in between you and real estate riches.
This is an historic moment in time to buy the house of your dreams at a fraction of its cost. Furthermore, if you’ve ever been interested in investing or flipping distressed real estate, the amazing opportunities that exist right now to get serious skin in the game cannot be understated. That journey begins today, with you fixing your credit and chasing down the investment(s) of a lifetime.
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