When you apply for Martin County mortgage loans your credit profile will detail your credit history as it has been reported to credit reporting agencies by loan lenders who have extended credit to you.
Credit Reporting Agencies collect information about you and your credit history from public records, your creditors and other reliable sources. Check for accuracy when you apply for Martin County real estate mortgage loans.
Floridians have the right, under the Fair-Credit Reporting Act, to dispute the completeness and accuracy of information in your credit file.
Stuart Se Inez Avenue 34997 $90,500.00
Stuart Se Springtree Pl 34997 3 / 2 $209,900.00
When purchasing real estate in Martin County remember that your credit scoring places you in one of three general categories.
If you have a score of 680 or above, you may be considered an A plus borrower in Martin Florida for real estate purchases. Check your mortgage loan rate today!
Our quick tip for Martin County residents;
by sending in extra money each month or making an extra payment at the end of the year, you can accelerate the process of paying off the loan. When you send extra money, be sure to indicate that the excess payment is to be applied to the principal. Most lenders allow loan prepayment, though you may have to pay a prepayment penalty to do so.