Many Lenders use credit bureau scores as a key part of the approval process. Credit scores are a statistical method of predicting a consumer's financial risk over a period of time. Your previous credit behavior is used to determine your credit score which is primarily derived by payment history, outstanding debt, credit account history, recent inquiries and types of credit on your credit bureau record. The two credit reporting agencies in Canada—Equifax and TransUnion—determine your credit score on a scale from 300 to 900 – the higher your score, the better.
The five main factors looked at by lenders are...
However you get your news these days – whether it is by turning on the TV, opening the newspaper or checking out the latest on Twitter, it can seem downright spooky some days. Mortgage rates can eerily float up and down and you may not know if your...