Your credit score matters. So much is riding on this little score and it is critical to keep your score as high as possible. If your credit score is high, you will face many benefits. You will qualify for better loans, lower interest rates and financing for cars and homes.
Let’s face it: Nobody likes to be judged. But when it comes to loans, it’s going to happen. Creditors are going to look deep into your credit history and make a decision about whether or not to lend to you. Lenders need to determine how risky it would be to
Borrow While Building (or Rebuilding) Credit Yes, you can get a loan with bad credit—but it’s harder to get a good deal. You have fewer options available, and loans are typically more expensive. But it’s rarely impossible to borrow, even with a “less than perfect” credit history. Low credit scores
A recent financial study has revealed that two out of every three Kenyans are struggling to repay loans with some others being pushed to extreme extents of selling assets and or cutting their spending on food in order to offset loans.
Every day, thousands of people are looking for additional money to pay off debt, make house renovation or cover the unexpected expenses. However, how to prepare yourself for such a process?