News By Tag
News By Location
Rebuilding My Credit After Bankruptcy
In a continued effort to provide people with damaged credit resources for rebuilding credit, Rebuild America Auto Program launched an initiative over the weekend regarding bankruptcy knowledge by way of informative articles.
By: Rebuild America Auto Program
Rebuild America Auto Program automobile specialists explained that they recently are asked if it is possible to buy a car after bankruptcy. Members of the RAAP team explained that it is possible to buy a car after bankruptcy but, more importantly, it is possible to begin rebuilding credit after bankruptcy. While both are immensely important, it is necessary to take some difficult steps and practice wise financial habits.
The Rebuild America Auto Program strategy for rebuilding credit after bankruptcy includes; finding a resource to learn about life after bankruptcy; applying for either secured credit or unsecured credit from a local bank; putting in the time to verify that the bank is reporting on-time payments to the three major credit bureaus; pay off all of the balances each month and applying for additional credit.
Rebuild America Auto Program explained that rebuilding credit after bankruptcy will make the process of finding bankruptcy auto loans easier. Following the simple rules of wise financial living will put all people who have filed for bankruptcy back on the road toward a fantastic credit score.
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://askraap.com, or calling 1-888-865-1602.