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Buying a house can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. If you’ve decided that homeownership makes sense for you financially and you’ve decided to take out a mortgage, it’s important that you understand exactly how much you will be paying towards mortgage debt elimination each month. For many, the first step toward securing a mortgage is improving your credit score or history. Your credit score and credit card debts will have a significant impact on your ability to obtain a loan. Download ACCC’s free Understanding Credit Reports worksheet to learn more about what your credit score is, how it is calculated, and how to request a copy of your credit report. For tips on improving your credit score to apply for a mortgage, check out this blog post.

For more information and help with the home buying process, take our free home buying web seminar comprised of a series of nine lessons focused on the essentials of owning a home of your own. Each lesson is designed to discuss the individual elements of the home buying process. Start the web seminar here.

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) provides nonprofit credit counseling, debt management services, credit relief and debt relief help to consumers nationwide. Our free credit counseling services help individuals and families learn how to manage debt more effectively and how to get rid of debt more quickly. Our certified credit counselors show consumers the various ways to pay off debt, and we offer affordable debt management programs for getting rid of credit card debt by consolidating debt payments. Our debt negotiation services help with managing credit card debt and paying off debt more quickly by reducing interest rates and finance charges. And our financial education services help consumers manage money more effectively, find reputable debt consolidation companies and answer questions like "How do you consolidate debt?"

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