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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Jim, Jan 16, 2001.
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"Paid in full" Has got to be the best thing for a credit report in my opinion!!!
Is it really wise to have that many accounts? I had 13 at one time, but thank goodness someone hit me in the head with a brick and I got rid of most of my debt. I know have 2 Providians (MC & Visa), 1 Cap One, and a Sears. My Associates MC was cut off 2 years ago (by them) for slow pays. I'd had that card for 10 years and they treated me like a bald-headed stepchild. Anyhow, I'm trying to build up my beacon. Should I get more cards too? BTW, none of my new accounts have any problems and I have a auto loan with 25 months, no probs and Student loan, 36 months, no probs.
Paid and never late sounds good to me. But I have heard that when you apply for a mortgage have only a few cards.
It depends on what kind of mortgage you apply for. In 1994, I bought a townhouse that I presently use as my primary residence. I had close to 20 tradelines and an existing mortgage on what at the time was my primary residence. I used credit card cash advances for the down payment, so that it would be a no documentation loan. It worked.
Wow!! what an idea
What is the interest rates on a no documenation loan?Is it more higher then a mortgage that requires income verification?Just curious.
Yes, from personal experience, a no-doc loan does carry a higher rate. However, it can be your best option if you are self employed.
Thanks, for answering that for me.