Free Credit Repair For First Time Homebuyers

Dated: 02/04/2015

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Free Credit Repair For First Time Homebuyers.

If you're like most first time homebuyers entering the market these days, chances are you are working with less than perfect credit. If that's the case, most Maryland mortgage lenders have a solution for you. Lately, our mortgage professionals have started providing free credit repair programs for customers looking to purchase within 3-12 months.

Mortage specialists have many different ways they can help boost your credit, and some can even get your score to jump 50 points within 30 days. So if you're right on the border line of credit worthiness, it's to get in contact with a specialist as soon as you start browsing. Boosting your credit score is easy and cheap with a mortgage specialist, and they offer it for free to you in hopes that you will work with them once you are able to be qualified. 

If you're considering buying a home this year, don't waste any time, a few points on your credit score can mean the difference between qualify for up to $10,000 in homebuyer credits, and renting for another year. It's never too early to start working on your credit. The earlier you start, the better your credit boost will be, and the more benefits you'll qualify for.

To get more information on our credit repair and home buyer programs, call 410 384 4059 or contact us via the chat below.

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