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Unless you happen to have a few hundred thousand dollars laying around, you’re likely to need to borrow a lot of money to buy your house. Your credit score and the details found on your credit report are going to factor heavily into how much a lender is willing to give you and what interest rate they require. While the interest rate makes less of a difference on a small personal loan or car loan that lasts just a few years, on a mortgage that can be up to a 40-year commitment, even half a percentage point in additional interest can mean thousands of dollars over the life of the loan.
While you can do your best to contact creditors and/or the credit bureaus on your own to get these items fixed, it can be a complicated and overwhelming task with plenty of room for error. That’s why so many people have come to rely on professional credit repair service like YouNeedGreatCredit.com to help with this important service.