Improve Credit Scores with NO MORE Late Payments

Increase Credit score

If you earn enough to pay your bills, but are always just a day ot two late, this small adjustment to your bill paying methods could save you lots of money and add an add’l 50 points to your credit score. . .  enough to get you more favorable interest rates on your auto and home mortgage loans.

Burning MoneyIf your credit card company charges you a $35 late fee when your payment is only 1 day late, that is tantamount to pulling $35 out of your wallet and lighting a match to it. Is that nuts? Who in their right mind would do that!!!!

So if your payment ‘due dates’ have a tendency to sneak up on you, and you’re constantly paying late, you’ll love the solution… it is so simple.

credit card billsCheck the last statement you received to see what the card’s minimum payment is and when it is due. Add $10 to that amount; then set up your bank account’s Bill Pay to ‘automatic recurring payments’ for three days ahead of the normal due date. (Should cover variations due to a weekend.)

Naturally, when you pay your bills each month, you will want to pay more than the minimum amount since paying minimums would take you 30 years to get out of debt. (Can you even imagine how much interest that would be?)

So tEquifaxhe plan is, when you get around to paying your bills each month, you can either adjust the minimum if it hasn’t posted Expirianyet,  or make a second payment for that month. AND… the best thing is, by setting up those Transunionminimums ahead of time, you will never again pay a late fee – plus, all three credit bureaus will reflect your ‘on-time’ payments every single month.

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About Joyce Albert

Why you need a Real Estate Consultant, not just another Agent… The difference between a real estate agent and a real estate consultant is the difference between someone who just wants to make a sale, and a professional who is willing to share with you their in-depth knowledge of the market in order to help you navigate one of the largest financial decisions of your lifetime. In my career as a real estate consultant, putting my clients first is the hallmark of my success. So if you are looking for a true professional to help you buy or sell a home in the Greater New Orleans Area, please contact me. I look forward to woing with you. Certified 203k Specialist I am a certified FHA-203k Specialist - a program designed to assist buyers wanting to purchase distressed properties (hurricane damaged, repos, short sales) that require repairs or major rehab. Accredidations -  Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR)  e-Certified  Short-Sale & Foreclosure Certified (SFR) Other Memberhips. . .  Louisiana Association of Realtors  New Orleans Metropolitan Assn of Realtors (NOMAR)  Gulf South Real Estate Information Network  National Assn of Realtors (NAR) of Realtors (NAR)  Real Estate Board of Accredited Buyer Consultants (REBAC)
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2 Responses to Improve Credit Scores with NO MORE Late Payments

  1. Carmella Marie Motley says:

    My name is Carmella Motley, I was looking into doing a bond for deed in the Slidell, area and came across you name and starting reading all about you and it was very impressive to me, Let me tell you more about my sitaution, I was on a bond for deed once, until my husband died never was late but it was a friend of my husband that wanted his house back, So I had was force to move before I was able to get the house finance, Besides I carried all of my husband expenses, untl I couldnt anymore and filled bankrupty in 2018 was dicharge , However I have rebuild my credit since than my credit score is 619 , I graduate with a Master degree in Social work, and paying on my student loans to bring my DTI ,down. Im reaching out to you just to see if you have any advice that I should consider I Look forward to hearing from you soon .
    Carmella Motley


    • Joyce Albert says:

      I’m pretty sure by now you might qualify for an FHA loan… and the down payment would be considerably less than on a bond for deed. Good luck to you.


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