While they certainly aren’t the only relevant factor, your credit scores have a big influence on your ability to get a home loan. Although you may feel like you don’t have much control over your scores, being smart about how you manage things like loans and credit cards, and avoiding these four common credit mistakes during the mortgage process, will make the road to closing a lot less bumpy. First off, you can always check your own credit reports without fear of credit score damage. Second, FICO and VantageScore's credit scoring models have been built with logic that prevents a score drop should, when you are shopping around for the best loan rates and terms, several lenders pull credit reports to pre-qualify you. How does the logic work? Both FICO and VantageScore consider several mortgage inquiries within a short period of time an act of shopping for one loan and score those inquiries as one search for credit. The impact to your scores will mirror your intention: to have one mortgage loan, not several.
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