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By | February 23, 2021
Rosa Mumm, our product support manager, is asked quite frequently, “What’s going to happen to a borrower’s mortgage credit score when a loan comes out of forbearance?”
By | January 21, 2021
Due to the increased popularity of Experian’s Boost program, you have likely seen your share of self-reported utility records on your borrower’s credit reports. Your applicants may even be asking you, “Do these records help my score?”
By | December 4, 2020
Are you taking advantage of everything CreditXpert® What-If Simulator™ has to offer? In her latest Xpert Insights video, our product support manager Rosa Mumm reviews four uncommon – yet powerful – actions you can simulate in our most popular tool to help improve your client’s credit score.
By | November 9, 2020
Every mortgage lead is a loan you can close, even when credit is an issue for your borrower. Watch this video to see all the credit management actions you can simulate in CreditXpert® What-If Simulator™ for a potential way to reach your borrower’s target mid-score.
By | October 6, 2020
There are many misconceptions about when a credit card balance is reported to the bureau. For example, do all accounts report at the same time each month? Watch our new video to learn how you can pinpoint the timing with CreditXpert What-If Simulator.
By | October 5, 2020
Buying a home is one of the biggest – if not the biggest – purchases your client will ever make. There is a lot riding on your mortgage applicant’s loan approval.
By | September 10, 2020
Did you know your mortgage applicant can have just one account and still have a score? Rosa Mumm, our product support manager, walks you through the requirements and how CreditXpert® Wayfinder™ can help.
By | September 8, 2020
Want to get an edge over competitors and win more business? Offer better rates for clients with mid-scores above 700 by developing a plan to get their high credit scores even higher.
By | September 8, 2020
There is a common misconception in the mortgage industry that medical collection accounts are factored into credit scores differently than other third-party collection accounts.