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Georgia is home to nearly 5 million Americans, and many of those people own their own homes. If you are in the market to buy a home, you know that the competition is stiff. With housing prices inflating and interest rates soaring, it is a wonder that Americans have found a way to afford housing at all. Luckily, we have the luxury of financing our homes. That luxury, however, can be quite tough to take advantage of unless you are one of the few Americans with perfect credit.

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Many lenders have such high credit standards that most Americans would not qualify for their loan programs. As one would expect, the average American has an average credit score. If that’s the case, then how are so many people able to purchase a home and qualify for a home loan? The answer is much simpler than you would expect: these Americans did their research. Taking the time to understand interest rates and how they affect you is just the beginning. It is crucial to understand your credit history and what your credit score means. So, the very moment that you want to consider purchasing a home, request a credit report. This report is going to tell lenders what kind of borrower that you are, and consequently, what kind of loan package that you can have. If there are items that you do not wish for lenders to see, give yourself enough time to clean it off of your credit report. If you have chronic credit problems, establish a plan that will get you to pay your bills each month. This simple task could determine whether you get a home loan or not. You can also improve your credit by paying more than the minimum payment on your credit cards each month and by working towards eliminating older items from your credit report.

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If you are still unhappy with your credit score, do not despair. Many companies offer programs to individuals with bad credit. Just make sure that you select your lender carefully. Oftentimes, these companies prey on financially naïve consumers whose credit is less-than-perfect, and they end up charging excessively large lending fees and interest rates in addition to the already expensive 6%-7% interest rates that everyone has to pay. Select a large or well-known company that offers many programs for people with different qualifications. This will save you a lot of money in the long run.

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