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Poor Credit Home Equity Loan Tips


A home equity loan can help repair your poor credit history. Begin by finding a competitive financing lender with affordable rates and terms. Next, work toward establishing a solid credit history, enabling you to lower your interest rates on future loans.

Plan For The Future

A home equity loan can be your first step toward repairing a poor credit history. Before you apply for your loan, consider how to best use the money.

Paying off credit cards with high interest rates or investing in your house by making needed repairs are both wise choices. The paid interest from your home equity loan is also tax deductible, an added financial bonus.

Shop For A Lender

When you are ready to apply for a home equity loan, compare rates of financing lenders. A rate that is even a half a percent lower can save you hundreds over the course of your loan, so take the time to look at several lenders.

Points and fees are also part of the loan's cost, so be sure to add them in when you compare loans. Every loan will have some form of points and fees since this is how mortgage brokers are paid, but they can vary widely between mortgage companies.

Go Online

Save time by shopping for financing lender online. Mortgage websites can now send you home equity loan quotes from several lenders when you enter your information through their website. It is a no-risk way of looking at your financing options.

Lock In Rates

Rates change daily, so don't put off applying for the actual loan. Online loan applications can be completed any time. Once approved, you will be sent the paperwork for your final approval and signature. After it is notarized, your loan will be processed.

Build Your Credit History

With your loan finalized, you can begin building a good credit history. Mortgage companies look at the last three years of your credit history, so with regular payments you can be on the right financial track in no time.

After three years of a good credit history, you can consider refinancing your home equity or mortgage loan for a better interest rate.

To view our list of recommended bad credit home equity mortgage lenders online, visit this page: Recommended Poor Credit Mortgage Lenders Online.

Carrie Reeder is the owner of ABC Loan Guide, an informational website about various types of loans.


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