Buying a House
It's the American dream...and the largest purchase most of us ever make. Buying a house can be an exciting and overwhelming process. Credit.com's experts guide you through the steps.
Correcting Your Credit Report
This step-by-step guide shows you the best way to correct inaccurate information on your credit reports. First, check the expiration dates of the records. Next, customize our sample dispute letter and send your correction to the credit bureaus. Keeping your credit reports accurate can be that simple!
Create a Family Budget
You’ll be amazed at how much you can save when you stick to a monthly spending plan. This printable worksheet makes keeping your family finances on track a cinch! Find out how you can get started saving money now.
Five Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Agent
Working with a trusted real estate agent is a key part of the homebuying process. A good realtor can help you find the home of your dreams. There are five basic questions you should ask a prospective real estate agent before starting to work with them. Read the Realtor Q&A online now
Home Buyer Boot Camp
Are you ready to buy a home? From mortgages to real estate agents, the process of buying a home is complicated. In this article, Credit.com shows you the basics of the homebuying process and gives you tips for getting the best deal. Start your training
Prepayment penalties, PMI and contingency clauses can all make a huge impact on your homebuying experience. Luckily, with a little research and awareness you can avoid making these mistakes. Read about the top five mistakes buyers make
Picking a Mortgage
The choice used to be relatively simple: fixed rate vs. adjustable rate. But there are now hundreds of different kinds of loans available to borrowers Credit.com's experts show you the pros and cons of the most common loan types
A high credit score often equals savings on loans and credit cards.
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