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Any consumer would know the importance of having a good credit history. The thing though is that despite this awareness, a lot of people are still keeping a bad one. For people with no credit yet, here are some reasons why you should always keep your credit in a good standing:
Having an impressive credit history is not just a sort of self-fulfillment but also a sure way to enjoy certain benefits like low interest rates and a high chance of loan, mortgage or credit card approvals. With a bad history while someone with a blurred credit will find it hard to find good loan deals, rent a home or open a bank account.
We all know how high rates could get at times. The good news is that lenders and credit card providers offer low interest to individuals with good creditworthiness. People with bad credit history still can get approved but with the consequences of higher rates since they are credit risk besides lenders invest their money on them.
When emergency comes or urgent need arises, most people run into loaning companies for help especially when no friends or relatives can lend them money. It is true that taking a loan can save you from some emergencies but with a credit reputation which is not too impressive, you'll probably get rejected of your application. But as stated earlier, loans can still be granted to people with bad standing but with very high rates.
Basically, the advantage of having a good credit history is having the edge to get approved of applications involving money over those with bad ones. You too can be among those people who are able to manage their credit. Just learn how to spend within your means only. Spending more than you earn sure will leave you into deep burden.
It might seem like a scene in the movie but possibly happens in real life. You work hard for years and were able to save money and were able to buy properties. With unreasonable spending all you hard work will go to nothing and the worse? Lose all your major properties. This could be easily prevented so long as you know how to value your hard earned cash. At times when there is no one you can turn to, lenders are always there to lend a hand to you - only if you have a good credit history.