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August 12, 2022
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August 12, 2022

How Credit Can Impact Your Homebuying Journey

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Credit plays a major role in your journey to homeownership. In fact, it's one of the three pillars that impacts your ability to qualify for a mortgage. Credit is a game that lasts a lifetime, and it takes effort to be a great player in the game. Join Bill and Aubrie as they share their personal stories with credit, credit improvement, and tips for taking your credit to the next step.

Gaylord-Hansen's "Nobody Wants a Mortgage" podcast airs live weekly on YouTube.

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How Credit Can Impact Your Homebuying Journey

Bill Gaylord, NMLS 680603 | Gaylord-Hansen Team at CrossCountry Mortgage

Aubrie Frehner, NMLS 1881570 | Gaylord-Hansen Team at CrossCountry Mortgage

The information contained is the viewpoint of the presenter(s). Individuals should consult their own financial representative.

CrossCountry Mortgage does not provide credit repair or credit counseling services. CrossCountry Mortgage does not guarantee improvement of your credit worthiness, credit standing, or credit capacity. Any actions you take regarding your personal finances are done at your discretion. CrossCountry Mortgage does not guarantee that you will become eligible for a loan. This is not a commitment to lend or extend credit.

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