What is Credit Repair?
First of all, the term “Credit Repair” is really a misnomer. All the information in this document is provided to help clear up those “questionable” items on your credit reports. At no point will this document suggest that you challenge correct and accurate items on your credit report, even if they are derogatory. That would be unethical.
“Credit repair” is a general term often used to describe a systematic process of rehabilitating an individual’s creditworthiness, or financial credit reputation. The process is generally initiated by obtaining copies of the individual’s credit report, reviewing the credit report for errors, omissions, and misleading information, and requesting corrections to such information by means of a formal dispute. Many laws, regulations, and practices govern this process, and many organizations exist that will assist in guiding individuals through this sometimes complex process, though much, if not all, may be accomplished by individuals by their own efforts.
So, everything you need to know to help you begin repairing your unfairly damaged credit is enclosed. Please read through the entire kit (This Blog) very carefully before you begin. If you follow the suggestions, you should be able to restore your credit completely.
Keep in mind, however, that this process takes time, patience, and plenty of attention to detail. If you do not have the time to devote toward restoring your credit, there are several reputable credit repair service companies that can handle the process for you.
Martin Pelmore Who needs Credit Repair?
Martin Pelmore say’s in today’s financial climate, almost anyone can use a boost in their credit score. If you, like many, are in the market for a mortgage, refinance, or other line of credit, the rate you will pay and the loan amount for which you can qualify can improve if you raise your credit score. In many cases, you may not even qualify at all, until you’ve resolved certain items reported on your credit report.
Many today find they are faced with rapidly rising adjustable rate loans or balloon payments. You may be one of them, and concerned that you won’t qualify for a lower, fixed rate, loan.
Study this site, educate yourself about credit, credit reporting, and credit scores. You can implement many of the suggestions listed to rehabilitate your credit report and credit score, and improve your chances for qualifying and getting better loan terms. Of course, if you need help in getting this done, please take note of some of our advertisers and the other resources here.