Everyone wants good credit, but what can you do to improve your credit score? Even though
the components that determine your credit score might feel as easy to understand as the
elements on a periodic table (think of your standard science guy here), the good news is
it turns out that there are some simple ways you can improve your credit score.
Credit bureaus gather tons of data and then provide a score that determines your
credit-worthiness – i.e. risk. When we do a credit check for your loan application,
we consider credit scores and repayment history when qualifying you for a mortgage.
The credit bureaus are a great resource and they provide all sorts of information about
what actions have an impact on your credit score. Feel free to click on the following links
to learn more about your credit score: