help, I need a loan for 10,000 and my credit score is 535. I am homeowner, I need the loan to pay off a debt with a cousing of mine that help me with downpayment for my house,where to go?
I cannot refinance my house, I have built some equity by I need to wait one year to refinance.
Any tip to get this money.
My low credit score is because I have some partial payments with citi bank, and that is keeping my credit score so low, plus a lot credit inquiries.
Some late payments a year ago, that will show up there for probably 7 years, actually I went for a trip missed to pay three credit cards, credit score went to 450, in 6 months I got it in 535, I boutght the house. I really have a good job, I have had good raises, I just get caught up with credit cards, I do not seem to get out of that, annual income is now 93000
Try to dispute if there are any mistaken items on your credit report. Pay off your credit card debts if you have any now. You can go for a credit card debt consolidation which can help you in some way. Again for this you can visit the debt forums.
Inquiries do not pull down your score unless they are hard inquiries. Pay off citi bank as soon as possible and make your payments on time. This will help in improving your score. _________________ Regards,
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