Get A Home Mortgage Loan With Bad Credit

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June 27, 2012 - PRLog -- Having a good credit score is always important to consumers planning to apply for a mortgage, but that's especially the case in an uncertain economy. In difficult times, lenders are pickier about the mortgage loans they make and who they lend to, and that means consumers can and should be more proactive in improving their credit score.

Mortgage Awareness has assembled a list of tips that consumers can use to help them improve their credit score so they may qualify for better interest rates for their future home purchase.  The Company said "Don't assume that minor credit problems or difficulties stemming from unique circumstances, such as illness or temporary loss of income, will limit your loan choices to only high-cost lenders. "

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The Company is also warning consumers about ads for advance-fee loans that often appear in the classified ad section of local and national newspapers and magazines. They also may appear in mailings, radio spots, and on local cable stations. Often, these ads feature "900" numbers, which result in charges on your phone bill. In addition, these companies often use delivery systems other than the U.S. Postal Service, such as overnight or courier services, to avoid detection and prosecution by postal authorities.
It's not hard to confuse a legitimate credit offer with an advance-fee loan scam. An offer for credit from a bank, savings and loan, or mortgage broker generally requires your verbal or written acceptance of the loan or credit offer. The offer usually is subject to a check of your credit report after you apply to make sure you meet their credit standards. Usually, you are not required to pay a fee to get the credit. Hang up on anyone who calls you on the phone and says they can guarantee you will get a loan if you pay in advance. It's against the law.

Mortgage Awareness is a self help guide that teaches about mortgages, refinancing, finding a home, foreclosures and selling your home.  This guide is a subsidiary of Enticing Designs Publishing.  The staff has various  backgrounds in the financial and mortgage industry.  Its staff has researched its information with various governments around the world to provide the most comprehensive and accurate information free of charge.  

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