Applying for a joint mortgage loan can help you get a better deal, and learning how to plan for this process can help tremendously.
Aside from payment history, credit utilization is one of the factors you’ll need to monitor if you’re looking to increase your credit score.
Check out our eight financial tips that can help you work towards your goal of having a perfect credit score (or at least get close).
What shows up on a pre-employment screening check? Your credit score and other tidbits of financial information, but also a few other things, too.
Consider factors such as monthly banking fees, interest rates, and more when looking for the best joint bank account for couples in 2020.
Want to share your credit score with your partner? What about with your friends and family? You’ll want to do so in a way that’s safe and secure.
When it comes to couples’ credit scores, you’ll find that your credit score doesn’t directly affect your partner, it can affect loan applications.
Being 30 days late on a credit card payment is considered delinquent. And, credit card delinquency isn’t something you’ll want to mess around with.
Here are a few questions you’ll want to ask each other before embarking on the journey that is co-owning a home together.
Over 50% of Americans get turned down for a loan due to bad credit, with 68 million having a credit score lower than 600. If you’re looking to buy a home, it’s somewhat difficult to find lenders who will shell out the cash for a mortgage loan with a credit score that low. However, there are things that you can do to help you increase your credit score over the