08-05-2009 04:24 PM
08-05-2009 04:36 PM
I would like to thank everyone on the board for the advice and information available, I am lucky to have stumbled across this board back in Jan of this year. Since jan my tu score was 543 and today is now at 643 and according to the score simulator will reach 723-63 in the next 12 months.....my eq has gone up almost 100 points as well and I'm pretty sure that EX has even tho I can no longer check it. I still have some baddies that need to be taken care of. I will be trying to get a house in about a year from now so it would be outstanding to have 700's all around. I just wanted to say to everyone thank you and lets all stay positive about increasing our scores.....
Congrats to You!!!
I know the feeling...checked my TU today & just abou fell off my chair!
It's a tough road but eventually we all make it!!! I love helping people here with what I've learned too. Keep them from making the same mistakes I'd made!
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