So, I am looking at a 2016 LC. I am thinking about pulling to see what terms I will be offered and if they work for me. Question is, if they don't and I don't buy, would redoing this in May on a different vehicle be an issue and what impact would pulling and then not pulling the trigger do if done today?
Scores are 727, 726, 711 (eq has hps showing that are fraudulent and are fighting removal). Car fico is 784, mortgage 789 and cc 799. 2 legit hps on eq (3 not), 1 on experian, 2 on TU.
If it's a single HP, you may or may not lose some points. That's profile dependent, so no one can really tell you how many points are going to be lost (if any) With that said, you will regain all lost points for HP once it reaches one year.
07/03/2020. Had a dream I couldn't complete Resident Evil 7 speedrun, so I got up and finished it under 3 hrs. Now that's what I call adulting!
Everyone, including NFCU, keep saying they can't tell me what my rate will be unless they do a credit pull. I have asked them to look at their sp history and they won't. Not sure how to get a solid rate without the hp as branch manager said it could be as high as 12%, which is absolutely ridiculous to me. I have a cc with $24k with them and good scores. 1% utilization they see. I don't know.