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September 08, 2010

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Bill Gassett

It certainly makes sense to work on your credit score before purchasing a home or at the very least know where you stand. There are many buyers that don't realize there could be errors that prevent them from getting a loan in a timely fashion.

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Most of the lenders just like bank prefer to review credit score one person to evaluate the potential risk before they lend money. Buyers should be aware on that credit score too.

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