HomeBuyingInstitute.com, the Internet's largest library of home buying advice, welcomes home buyers to its credit information center.
The credit center compiles expert advice from a variety of industry professionals, including credit advisors, mortgage lenders, real estate agents and more.
The information center teaches home buyers about personal credit as it relates to the home buying process. Visitors will learn how their credit affects mortgage loan approval, how lenders will interpret their credit, and what they can do to maintain good credit.
Publisher Brandon Cornett stressed the importance of understanding credit and how it impacts the home buying process:
"Your credit score directly affects your chances of getting a good mortgage loan," Cornett said, "so it's critical for home buyers to learn all they can on the subject. Add to that the long-term nature of improving a credit score, and it's clear to see why home buyers need to educate themselves early on. Our credit center will get them off on the right foot."
Cornett added that his website seeks articles from qualified professionals in the credit industry. "If you're qualified to help home buyers learn about credit, and you can write a helpful article, we'd love to publish your work."
Instructions for article submission are available on the website.
In addition to credit help, the website offers mortgage calculators, an A-to-Z home buying glossary, the latest real estate news and more.
To visit the credit information center, go to HomeBuyingInstitute.com and click "About Your Credit" in the main menu.
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