“Failing To Plan Is Planning To Fail” | Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin once said “failing to plan is planning to fail” and he was right. When it comes to purchasing a home, it requires planning, especially if you need to improve your credit score.
It’s nothing to be embarrassed about, it just means you will likely need to do a little more planning in order to get you on the road to your new home.
But, think about it, most big life events requires some planning. Getting engaged and planning a wedding typically takes about a year. When you have a baby that takes nine months plus the time it takes to actually get pregnant.
It’s no different when you’re thinking of buying a new home. Increasing your credit score takes about 4-6 months, so planning ahead is the smartest thing to do, especially if you know that increasing your credit score will give you the most opportunity to buy the home you want and get the best terms on that purchase.
Buying your home is a major financial transaction and regaining trust with lenders by increasing your credit score takes time. If you want to learn more about how to regain trust, click here for some easy tips. If you are looking for a list of trusted, reputable lenders in Nashville, contact me and I’d be happy to help.