The worst thing about a bad credit mortgage is the price you have to pay. You get a worse rate and have to pay more for longer than if you have a good credit mortgage.
When a Canadian moves to the U.S. their credit history in Canada is irrelevant. They will have no credit in the U.S. though, which can be worse than having bad credit. hi
Yes there are companies like this. Keep in mind that you will recive significantly worse interests on your payment than you would without the bad credit rating.
Yes, but the consequences of having bad credit could be and would be much worse than just losing your card. +++ Primarily, you would find it far harder to obtain credit, including mortgages, in future
Both, Its bad debt period and you will suffer bad with either.
worse at what? He was bad as a dictator, as he did not dictate. He was bad as an artist, at least according to his critics. He was bad as a husband. I do not know how well he played baseball, so i could not comment as to who was worse than him.
It is very hard to get any kind of mortgage including a second one after you have bad credit and the worse your credit is the harder it gets to get any morgage. There are a few places out there that will give you one but very very few.
Slow pay, repo, and it gets worse from there.
Finding a credit card with a bad credit score can be hard. The more you get refused, the worse your score gets. It is often suggested starting with a secured credit card to improve the score. Secured credit cards can be obtained at American Express and other providers.
Yes you can in fact get a credit card with bad credit. You will have to pay a high interest rate than others because of this though.
Subprime mortgages are for people with lower or worse credit ratings, its more of a second chance than anything. You would apply for one if you have bad credit and need a home loan, it does have higher interest rates though.
Possibly. If your credit is really poor, the probably will not allow you to take out a car loan. However, if your credit is fair or a little worse than that, they will, but you will end up having a higher interest rate which translates to a higher monthly payment.
Real bad. It's even worse than Aids or cancer.
realistically, no they can not. Just horrible credit and a bad life, which is arguably worse than jail, which only hold criminals with 2 or less years to serve.
You might to find out what your credit score is first through a reputable agency , and if worse comes to worse you could always find a home that is rent to own .
no, it is a thin file and will show as a 0, bad credit will show a score of 350-less than 600
It would be better than having bad credit.
No, worse means.... more bad than the other(ONLY WHEN THERE IS 2 people) worst means....... More bad than the others(WHEN THERE ARE 3 OR MORE PEOPLE)
What do you mean with worse? I can't see why it would be bad to be gay? You need to learn some.
NO. If you have bad credit, it will only be erased if you make it better. Paying bills on time, paying more than is due on payments and staying within your spending budget is a way to build your bad credit into good credit.
They are both bad -- do not do either.
Yes you can! If you can afford to place a security deposit of $200 or more you can get a secured credit card. You are guaranteed approval for a secured credit card regardless of how bad is your credit and what is your income. There is also a chance that you might be able to get an unsecured credit card, if your credit is closer to fair than bad.
You can get approved for a home equity loan with bad credit. The equity that is built up in your home, (meaning the home is worth more than you owe on it)the equity becomes your credit, however there is a price for everything in todays society. The interest that you may be approved at is likely to be substantially higher with bad credit than rather if you had good credit.
Credit score that is around or more than 700 is considered to be good and score below 500 is considered to be bad. It is always advised to constantly monitor your credit score.