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Answered by Ted Rood, Mortgage BrokerPRO+ in Maryland Heights, MO
A secured card is likely your best route to go now. A lot of folks think they can 'avoid bad credit" by not using credit, but as far as lenders go, no credit history ...
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It would be helpful for our professionals to know why you are considering a debt consolidation. Is it to reduce high interest rates or some other reason? In the me...
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Paying off high interest credit cards with a mortgage is a good idea if you can commit to the new budget and avoid charging up the cards again. Do your best to limit ...
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Hi Ashley: As a mortgage professional, I would ask if you have a home equity line of credit on your home. If so, I would then ask what the interest rate is that you...
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