Articles to Help You Rebuild Your Credit
Many Americans who have seen their credit scores take a nose dive over the last few years, can blame this decrease on late payments, foreclosures, bankruptcies, and out of control debt. But take heart, with a little work you can repair your credit by removing negative items from your credit report. But, removing negatives is not enough to increase your credit score, you also need to rebuild your credit history. By adding new credit and paying your bills on time, you are proving to creditors that you are now able to repay your debts and you have turned your finances around. These are just a few of the steps we go over in the articles below to show you how to rebuild your credit and increase your credit score.
Rebuilding Your Credit With Credit Cards and Credit Unions
- Follow Our 12 Steps to Rebuild Your Credit - We have broken down rebuilding your credit into 12 easy to follow steps.
- Join a Local Credit Union - Credit unions not only save you money in bank fees, they are also more lenient in their lending practices making it easier
to add positive credit to your credit reports.
- Secured Credit Cards Can Rebuild Your Credit - We show you how to find the right secured credit card that is best for your needs. We also have a list of secured credit cards we recommend.
- Rebuild Your Credit Without Using Credit Cards - Yes you can rebuild your credit without using credit cards and this article will show you how.
- Credit Card Limits Can Affect Your Credit Score - Many do not understand how their credit limit affects their credit score. If you are rebuilding your credit, you need to know how this all works.
- Rebuilding Your Credit After Financial Ruin - Have you recently filed for bankruptcy or gone through a foreclosure? You are not alone. Learn how to rebuild my credit and how to pull your finances back together after financial ruin.
- Tough Credit Situations and Solutions - This article answers the most common questions we have received from our readers with respect to their tough credit repair issues. You have probably asked these same questions.
Settle Your Debts and Rebuild Your Credit
Creditors, Collectors and Statute of Limitations on Debts