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My credit score is poor, and I have tried to borrow against my house which is valued at $76000. I owe $13000 now and my score is 575. What can I do?

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January 23, 2017

The root of purchasing or refinancing your home is having a good credit score that is free of blemishes and late payments. You are a currently a free member of Credit Manager by MoneyTips, you should consider an upgrade for reasons to Gold Shield Premium to gain access to a variety of tools to help you build your credit, and even to help remove items that you believe are errors. With premium, you’ll have the ability to communicate directly with creditors and attempt to remove some of the negative credit blemishes. Click here to upgrade.

I also recommend these articles on MoneyTips that are designed to help educate you about how to rebuild your credit, and pay down debt.

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