Jan. 18, 2013
-- Rebuild America Auto Program issued a notice to potential Tampa automobile buyers, who are living with bad credit, regarding steps that can be taken to repair credit without the expensive intervention of a credit repair company.
The steps provided by Rebuild America Auto Program include budget building, a plan for repayment of any high interest rate debt and the provision of creating a small cash savings safety net.
Rebuild America Auto Program explained to potential buyers with bad credit that the first thing that must be done is the creation of a budget for the potential buyer and their family, covering vital household expenses. Credit repair is all about creating a budget that allows the potential buyer to live within a specific cash goal, and never deviate from the plan. The potential buyer will need to look at all income, finding and cutting out all expenses that fall outside the basics of food; rent and utilities. Any funds that have been cut from the unnecessary expense pile need to be set aside for paying debt that is currently on the books.
Rebuild America Auto Program explained that after reviewing all expenses, the potential buyer will want to evaluate and prioritize the balance of any debt owed. The potential buyer should look at all credit cards, and determine which credit card or credit line has the highest rate of interest. With the money that has been cut from the budget, the potential buyer should try to make more than the minimum payment on the account with the highest interest rate.
Rebuild America Auto Program explained that the final step for credit repair is to always keep some funds in reserve for any emergency situation that could arise.
Rebuild America Auto Program reminds potential buyers that rebuilding credit means that it is necessary to decrease debt while building a positive payment record with an installment loan, like a Tampa bad credit auto loan.
The Washington DC based Rebuild America Auto Program specializes in Tampa bad credit auto loans for people who have gone through bankruptcy, foreclosure, long term lack of credit due to extended military service and even assistance for a first time buyer. Rebuild America Auto Program works with banks nationwide, in an effort to help people typically declined by most banks find credible financing for the car they need. Additional information about the Rebuild America Auto Program is available by visiting http://rebuildamericaautoprogram.com/index.htm
, or calling 1-888-865-1602.