07-06-2007 09:28 PM
07-06-2007 09:45 PM
SlowScore wrote:I am going to be closing on a construction loan in 3-4 weeks. I had around 12,000 in revolving that I paid down over a couple of months to around 9500 now. I have paid 3,000 of that down in the past week (all credit cards) but my credit score hasnt budged.
07-06-2007 09:56 PM
07-06-2007 10:12 PM
07-06-2007 10:45 PM
Since time is short, you want ideal. Like Timothy said, 1-9 percent util is ideal.
BofA $6,000 CL - 1% ($60) to 9% ($540)
Chase $3,700 CL - 1% ($37) to 9% ($333)
07-06-2007 11:19 PM
Rapid rescore is something your lender can do ( and will charge something for) to get updated history on your credit reports lickity split. Do a search on the boards here, there are some threads regarding it.
SlowScore wrote:that sounds expensive, exactly what is it? and will it help?
07-07-2007 06:50 AM
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