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Ten years of passionate commitment to helping grow our city has been well worth it. We've helped countless families find their first home, or expand into something bigger with new additions to their families.

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WHAT WE CAN DO

Whether you're buying your very first home or moving to our beautiful city, we will help you find the place you want to spend at least a substantial amount of time, if not the rest of your life.

 

Our team of experienced Realtors knows the area well and how to match both you and your lifestyle to an appropriate neighborhood that's within your price range.

 

We won't stop until you're happy, either. We know this is a big investment for you and want you to be as happy with your new residence.

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About Credit Reports
 
Credit reporting agencies maintain files on millions of borrowers. Lenders making credit decisions buy credit reports on their prospects, applicants and customers from the credit reporting agencies.

Your report details your credit history as it has been reported to the credit reporting agency by lenders who have extended credit to you. Your credit report lists what types of credit you use, the length of time your accounts have been open, and whether you've paid your bills on time.

It tells lenders how much credit you've used and whether you're seeking new sources of credit. It gives lenders a broader view of your credit history than do other data sources, such as a bank's own customer data.

 

Creating Your Credit Report

Your credit report does not really exist until you or a lender asks for it. It is then compiled by the credit reporting agency based on the information stored in that agency's file. This information is supplied by lenders, by you and by court records.
 

Tens of thousands of credit grantors retailers, credit card issuers, banks, finance companies, credit unions, etc. send updates to each of the credit reporting agencies, usually once a month. These updates include information about how their customers use and pay their accounts.
 
Your credit report reveals many aspects of your borrowing activities. All pieces of information should be considered in relationship to other pieces of information. The ability to quickly, fairly and consistently consider all this information is what makes credit scoring so useful.