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Credit Review

All attendants will get a personalized credit review, report and analysis as well as access to our iQualifier credit monitoring and repair system.  You will learn what it takes to maintain a great score, how scores can affect your finances and much... read more

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Home Buying Process

The Home Buyer Class will give you the knowledge you need to be an educated housing consumer! You will learn about the home buying process, how to work with Realtors, how to work with home builders and what resources are available to you! ....read more

Mortgage Process

The class will give you the tools you need to be able to evaluate your loan options, examine and improve your credit and determine what your own purchasing power is! You'll also learn about the fees involved in a home loan and what down payment, grant and assistance programs...read more available!

During the Home Buyer Workshop You'll Learn about...

  • WHY YOUR CREDIT SCORE CHANGES
  • THE REAL EFFECT OF HAVING LOW CREDIT
  • HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR CREDIT
  • HOW TO MONITOR YOUR CREDIT
  • WHAT YOU CAN DO TO CORRECT YOUR CREDIT
  • HOW DO COLLECTIONS WORK
  • DOES CLOSING A CREDIT CARD AFFECT ME?
  • DOES OPENING CREDIT HURT ME?
  • DOES APPLYING FOR A LOAN HURT MY CREDIT?
  • WHAT IS A SafeMortgage?
  • HOW DOES CREDIT AFFECT MY APPROVAL?
  • WHAT IF YOU’RE NOT APPROVED FOR YOUR LOAN?
  • HOW CAN YOU GET OUT OF A REAL ESTATE CONTRACT?
  • FORECLOSURES, HUD HOMES AND SHORT SALES
  • AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!Type your paragraph here.

A credit report contains information about your credit - and some bill repayment history - and the status of your credit accounts. This information includes how often you make your payments on time, how much credit you have, how much credit you have available, how much credit you are using, and whether a debt or bill collector is collecting on money you owe. Credit reports also can contain rental repayment information if you are a property renter. It also can contain public records such as liens, judgments, and bankruptcies that provide insight into your financial status and obligations.

Lenders use these reports to help them decide if they will loan you money, what interest rates they will offer you, or to determine whether you continue to meet the terms of the account. Other kinds of companies can purchase reports to help inform them while making  a wide range of business decisions such as providing or pricing insurance; renting you a residential property; providing you with cable TV, internet, utility, or telecommunication services; and (if you agree to let them look at your consumer report) making employment decisions about you.

Mortgage Topics We Will Cover