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We've been helping families & individuals out for a long time. We know what we're doing and it shows in the results we get for you. Let us help you out today. Everyone deserves a second chance.

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We not only make the complex process of repairing your credit, improving your credit, & getting you ready to buy a home easy, we make it affordable too. Find out how little it is to improve your life today.

Second Chance Homes

Because Every one deserves a second chance

We can help you get the process started to get you into a home

Before you begin the process of getting a home, you need to find out what your credit score is like. Even if you have “good” credit, there can still be negative items on your credit report that you don’t know about. A negative item on your credit report can end up costing you hundreds and even thousands of dollars on car payments, mortgages payments, insurance rates and in hundreds of other ways. Many people think that there’s nothing that can be done to change the information on their credit report. You are the one responsible for making sure your credit report is correct. That’s where we can help you. We’ll help you get negative items off your credit reports. Millions of people have information their credit reports that can be incorrect, old, incomplete, unclear, unverifiable, unfair or questionable. Second Chance Homes makes the process of removing these items easy and affordable. Your credit score is what determines the interest rates you pay for cars, credit cards, mortgages, and other most other loans. Also, most employers check your credit report before they hire you.

You can take action to get into a home. Call us today.

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  • ABC NewsFICO vs. VantageScore: The Credit Score Rivalry Heats UpABC NewsFor a consumer who is monitoring their credit scores to check their progress as they build or rebuild credit, it's helpful to compare the same score over time for consistency. You should also review your credit report from each of the three major ...Burning question: What's the *right* balance to keep on a credit card?Bob Sullivan.netall 2 news articles »

  • Take time to check your free credit reportSawyer County RecordThe information in your credit report can affect your life in important ways: It can influence your interest rate for credit cards and loans; affect your monthly insurance payments; your ability to get a mortgage or rent an apartment; and maybe even ...and more »

  • Credit Reports and Employment: What You Should KnowPayScale Career News (blog)Given the rules of your state, your future employer may or may not be able to check your credit report and decide on your candidature accordingly. While experts agree that a bad credit report does not indicate a bad job performance, the practice is ...

  • Washington PostThe majority of consumers have subprime credit scores, report saysWashington PostThe job market may be growing at the fastest clip in 15 years, but many consumers are still trying to clear nasty scars from their credit reports. The majority, or 56 percent, of consumers have subprime credit scores, according to a report released ...Most consumers have subprime credit scores, report saysSTLtoday.comall 3 news articles »

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