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A Lower Credit Score Can Cost You A Lot of Money!

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]oney doesn’t grow on trees, so it’s important to have a good credit score. A low credit score hurts your ability to get loans and if approved, your going to pay a higher interest rates! Credit scores are also used for insurance rates, renting and even employment.

A poor credit score can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars over your life. Enter in your estimated FICO score and a loan amount below to see how much a poor FICO score can cost you on your mortgage or any other loan. If you are a home owner or looking to buy, raising your FICO score is the most important thing for you to do. A better score not only means lower payments, but it can mean a bigger house, the chance to take out more money on a refinance, or even the difference between being able to buy.

Your Credit Score Affects

  • Homeowner’s Insurance
  • Car Insurance Payments
  • Car Loan Payments
  • Personal Loans
  • Mortgage Refinance
  • Job Opportunities

Comparison: Prime  vs. Subprime Loan Costs


FICOTermPrincipleInterest RatePaymentTotal PaidGood Credit Saves You
Average Auto Loan
Best rates as of November 2012


FICOTermPrincipleInterest RatePaymentTotal PaidGood Credit Saves You
Average Home Loan SD County, 30-yr fixed
< 619360350,0009.900%3,045.671,096,440.60564,131.63

 How much is your credit costing you?


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