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  • Mortgage Delinquencies Hit 3-Year Low

    Mortgage Delinquencies Hit 3-Year Low

    By Credit.com The rate at which consumers are behind on their mortgage payments by 30 days or more slipped in March to the lowest levels seen in more than three years. The total value of all mortgage payments that were at least 30 days delinquent slipped to less than $500 billion in March, a level not seen... Continue Reading

  • New Credit Score Will Tell Lenders More About You

    New Credit Score Will Tell Lenders More About You

    Mortgage lenders will soon have access to new details about a prospective borrower's past -- such as past rental applications, inquiries to pay-day lenders, and missed child support payments -- that will be factored in to a new credit score. Real estate and mortgage data aggregator CoreLogic says it's signed... Continue Reading

  • Maintaining a Stable Credit Score

    Maintaining a Stable Credit Score

    These days maintaining a stable credit score is more important than ever. So you try to do everything right. You pay off credit card debt, avoid new loans, close unused credit card accounts, and make sure that you pay all your bills on time. Then you check your credit score, only to find that it fluctuates by... Continue Reading

  • Credit Score: Why It's Constantly Changing

    Credit Score: Why It's Constantly Changing

    Successfully obtaining a mortgage requires meeting certain numbers. There's the amount of the down payment that you must have in your bank account. The amount of annual earnings you must show to prove you can manage the mortgage. And then there is your credit score. Right now, that credit score needs to be in... Continue Reading