New York, NY (PRWEB) December 14, 2006
It's extremely rare that we maintain our New Year's Resolutions. Whether we vow to lose weight, or procrastinate less, it's hard to change habits. Here's a way to bring financial success quickly and easily.
With nearly a decade of experience in the credit industry, mortgage broker Philip X. Tirone shares powerful strategies known only by industry insiders in his new book, 7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score.
7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score offers vital and extensive information on:
· How to qualify for the lowest possible interest rate for a home mortgage, car loan, and bank loan.
· How to rebuild your credit and significantly improve your credit score quickly.
· Understanding the key factors used to tally your credit score.
· How to protect your credit during a divorce.
· How to identify and fix credit report errors.
· Ways to avoid being a victim of identity theft.
Philip conducts over 100 workshops annually for home buyers and real estate investors in order to show how they can maximize their credit scores, increase borrowing power, and save hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest payments. He has helped thousands to prepare their credit to be in a position to not only qualify for a home loan, but a preferred or lower interest rate.
Philip's book explains that bad credit limits your lifestyle and increases interest payments on mortgages, car loans, credit cards, etc. Your credit score even impacts your insurance premiums, and some employers refuse to hire people with poor credit. He can share with your readers how they can change their lives by improving their credit score in 2007.
"Your credit score is your financial reputation," says Philip. "More than just a 3-digit number, it is your key to the best house money can buy, or the reason you may have suffered years of sleepless nights."
7 Steps to a 720 Credit Score will shatter the many myths revolving around your credit score and teach you exactly what to do to dramatically increase it. Finally, a resolution people will want to stick with…
To interview Philip X. Tirone, or for a copy of the book, please contact
Tiffany Alvarado, (212) 593-6467