Wednesday, November 2, 2022

A Warm Welcome to our New Board of Directors


A Warm Welcome to our New  Board of Directors

We are thrilled to announce the Credit Restoration Institute Non Profit Board of Directors!

Meet our new Board of Directors! We are here to help people like you improve your credit scores and better their lives. Our team of legal, legitimate, and local professionals work closely together and with you to achieve your financial goals. Including the most important part, your creditworthiness.

Credit Restoration Institute Non Profit Board of Directors!

Debt Relief Update

You may have been one of the many Americans who signed up to receive regular updates on the Biden-Harris Administration's student debt relief plan in the past few weeks. As everyone prepares for the opening of the application window, the Department of Education is sharing critical information on how to protect yourself from scammers during this vulnerable time.

The Biden-Harris Administration has put together a do's and don'ts list to help notice any red flags that might pop-up during your application process. But the most efficient way to protect yourself is by making sure your information stays accurate and up-to-date, according to the administration. 
For more information and to read the entire list, click here.

Current Mortgage Trends

Current Mortgage Trends

 A few weeks ago, The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s annual conference that it will now accept two new credit score models, the FICO 10T, and the VantageScore 4.0, for use by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This new expansion has the potential to allow more Americans the opportunity to purchase a home. 

“The enterprises have long relied on classic FICO, and it has met their basic needs, but it is time to recognize the significant innovations that have occurred in credit score modeling,” said Sandra Thompson, director of the FHFA, in Nashville, Tenn.

The institutions Fannie and Freddie were created by Congress, and are backed by the FDIC. They recognize a significant amount of the mortgages born in the U.S., so many lenders abide by the guidelines set out by Fannie and Freddie when they give mortgages to borrowers.

Another in the Best Practices Workshop Series!

Get advice on how to establish or repair your business credit as well as funding advice from a credit repair expert.

The registration fee is $30 and your attendance includes access to a recording of the webinar, as well as copies of all slides and handouts.

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