As of the writing of this post the real estate market is as hot as it’s been since 2007. Many consumers are looking to purchase a home soon because they anticipate that prices will continue to go up. However, many that want to buy a home cannot qualify mainly due to credit score. The most important factor in learning about how to qualify for a mortgage is a credit score.
This issue not only affects the prospective buyer, but also the real estate or mortgage professional that is assisting them. Most people in these industries realize that the first thing they must do is ascertain if the prospect can qualify. In most cases, if they cannot, it’s due to a credit score issue or other issue involving their credit report.
Working with Real Estate & Mortgage Professionals
Many real estate and mortgage professionals have realized that spending their time to advise a person how to clean up their credit report is time consuming. And, a lot of time it doesn’t lead to a closed escrow because their client doesn’t follow through on their own.
That’s where we come in. We do nothing but help consumers increase their credit score. And, we have several ways of doing it. Although credit repair is a great step, it is not the only step to be taken. By referring their credit challenged clients to us real estate and mortgage professionals can continue to work on their low hanging fruit, those buyers that can qualify right away. They don’t have to teach their prospect how to qualify for a mortgage.
We work with their credit challenged client and keep the real estate agent or mortgage broker informed of their clients progress. When we do get a client to that 640 score, or the score needed to qualify, we remove any remaining disputes to avoid any issue in underwriting.
We’ve been doing this since 2004, have an A+ BBB rating and are certified by the National Association of Credit Services Organizations (NACSO). We work in all 50 states and currently work with some of the biggest names in the real estate, mortgage and banking industries.