Home Buying June 3, 2022

High Credit Score = Low(er) Interest Rate

Did you know that the higher your credit score is, the lower your interest rate will be?

That can mean saving thousands of dollars over the course of your loan—which you definitely want!

A good credit score signals that you’re trustworthy and make your payments on time. Lenders love to see this because it means that you’re less of a risk than someone with a low credit score.

In return for having a high credit score, lenders will give you a lower interest rate since you are more likely to repay the mortgage.

Improving your credit score before buying is so important for this reason—you don’t want to pay any more to the bank than you have to, right?

So, pay your bills on time and keep those credit utilizations low to boost your credit score!

For more information on how to build your credit score and get a low interest rate, tap the link below to get your copy of the Buyer Guide!

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