Author Tells How To Control Your Credit Rating And Save More Than $100,000
Credit expert Jeanette Fisher teaches individuals how to monitor and repair their own credit, and what is important in qualifying for a real estate loan, while she debunks common myths about credit in her new book "Credit Help! Get the Credit You Need to Buy Real Estate." A thirty-year mortgage can cost a borrower more than $100,000 extra in interest charges, depending on the borrower's credit score. What most borrowers don't realize, though, is that almost 80% of credit reports contain mistakes. Fisher shares valuable but little-known strategies not just for raising credit scores but also lowering debt-to-income ratio in order to qualify for a better loan. "The quality and cost of a loan depends on these factors, which most people don't realize they can control themselves," Fisher says.Fisher also reveals unusual but proven strategies to enable individuals to become real estate investors, gaining ability to finance multiple properties and building a strong retirement
income. Fisher shares information based upon her years of success in real estate investing across the country.Mortgage lender Ken Zapanta, of Irvine, California, states "'Credit Help!' tackles credit myths with established facts that will benefit all borrowers, whether they have good or bad credit." "Credit Help!" is available for purchase on Amazon or from the publisher .Fisher is also author of "Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars: Using Design Psychology to Increase Real Estate Profits," "Sell Your Home for Top Dollar Fast," "Home Staging" and other books.
She teaches Real Estate Investing and Interior Design Psychology
courses at colleges and in seminars throughout the country.