Dallas, Texas (June 11, 2012) Churchill Mortgage Corporation, a well known Dallas home loan provider and resource, is offering a free credit action kit for would-be and existing homeowners. Through this guide, homeowners can find out how their credit rating will affect their chances when it comes to securing a mortgage as well as what they can do to improve it.
Churchill Mortgage is a company built to meet the needs of people looking for Dallas mortgage loans. As part of this goal, they offer first-time home buyers informative articles and other resources that can help them make the right decisions even before applying for a mortgage.
Through the complimentary credit action guide, homeowners can find out how Dallas home mortgage lenders use their credit score and history to determine their eligibility. This enables home buyers to get informed on what they should do to increase their chances of qualifying for a mortgage.
In addition, the guide includes practical tips on how would-be home buyers can improve their credit scores. One chapter details how
they can rebuild their credit by developing and implementing a realistic budget, examining their credit file, and gaining the cooperation of their creditors.
The kit also includes information on how derogatory items payables and transactions that werent paid as agreed can affect their credit profile. It discusses the impact of tax liens, bankruptcy, records of debt collection, late payments, delinquencies, and other factors on their credit score.
Interested parties can download this guide and other free reports at Dallas.ChurchillMortgage.com. Inquiries on the various Dallas home loan options available to a borrower may be directed to a mortgage expert by calling 877-466-3620 today.
About Churchill Mortgage Corporation
Churchill Mortgage Corporation is a home mortgage company that provides Dallas mortgage loans tailored to suit a home buyers specific needs. The company offers a broad range of mortgage and refinancing products and programs, as well as free resources for people interested in learning more about the home mortgage industry.