What can I do to get more (or better) quotes for my loan request ZR-YLHBPRY

  • November 14 2012 - Columbia
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Profile picture for wetdawgs
Zillow mortgage market place auto quotes tend to ignore loan requests of less than about $100k, so for smaller loan amounts contact a couple of lenders directly (or local credit unions and banks).

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The banks dont tell you this.
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The banks are not credit reporting agencies; and the credit reporting agencies use proprietary models (they don't share the method used) to derive  a score. 

Your credit doesn't need to be pulled just to "check into rates" anyhow.
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Profile picture for meadtlc
I am not sure where or how you can do what your asking but I can tell you that each time you ask for interest rates, give the bank or loan institution your social security number, your credit score gets a negative hit of around 20 points.  This happened to us even though we were just seeing what was out there. The banks dont tell you this. I would like to know how checking into rates can effect your credit rating and how this is allowed by the government in the first place?
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