Weekend Reading – Your Credit Edition

by RJ

in Random

When I was writing the eBook, The Gen Y Guide to Managing Your Credit I followed the steps I had in there to raise my own credit score. Ever so often, I do tend to listen to my own advice. (:

Anyways, I went to refinance this week, and since the few months that book has come out, my credit score went up 100 points. With this high credit score, we lowered our mortgage to 3.8%. This saves us around $4,000 a year.

Just another example, of why a credit score really matters.

On to the weekend reading…

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EvanNo Gravatar October 30, 2010 at 2:53 pm

Thanks for the mention I am pumped you liked the post

Scott Lovingood@free annual credit reportNo Gravatar October 30, 2010 at 9:26 pm

Keeping up with your credit report is something everyone should do.

Congrats on getting a good interest rate when you refinanced your house. It just shows that taking action makes all the difference.

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