Just about the time we felt we had nailed our credit scores and we’re hovering around the low 700’s, we wondered if there was a way to push past the 720 realm without a mortgage.
The rippling effect of this country’s economic struggles has made it much more difficult for the average household to maintain a solid financial foundation without any signs of detrimental damage. Even upper-class wealthy consumers have had to go back to the drawing board to reevaluate and revise their financial plans and budgets accordingly.
Some of my earliest posts were, in my opinion, my greatest. Of course, new blogs are infrequently visited and few people actually read my greatest opuses (well, maybe my posts weren’t that spectacular). However, the nice thing about having a blog that’s a few years old is going through old posts and reviving them – sort of like the idea of reincarnation; it’s new, but deja vu.
I’ve posted a few times about how I’ve improved my credit score from a measly 581 to a whopping 758 within a year (through…