How can I Fix my Creditafter a Car Repossession

Rebuilding credit after a car possession may seem a mammoth task. A car repossession affect your credit similarly a foreclosure does. This, further lessen your ability to obtain credit in future. Therefore, if you consider these facts, it may seem that there is hardly any hope to recover from such a situation. However, dedication and proper planning can crack the nut. Below are a few steps for you if you want to revamp your credit after car repossession.

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1)     If you want to restore your credit, you first have to know what your exact credit score is and what is there in your credit report. Many people don’t even know that credit report is a major factor while applying for a loan in future. To get a copy of your free credit report, visit www.annualcreditreport.com. This site fetches credit reports from the three major credit reporting agencies – Experian, Equifax and Transunion, and offers them free to you. Though this report will not include your credit score, you can have it by paying a minimal fee.

2)     Once you obtain your credit report, you have to start curing those accounts that have been reported as problematic. Try to remove the negative items from your credit report by reaching each creditor separately and negotiating a plan to satisfy the amount owed. This is the primary and yet the biggest step to rebuild you credit after a car possession.

3)     Finally, after the repossession, the finance company will try to sell the car to get at least some of the lent amount. However, the finance company will most likely expect you to pay the balance to them. Now, you have to work with them to settle on some point. Know that you have to make every possible attempt in order to avoid a serious negative mark on your credit report.

4)     Make every effort to rebuild your credit and over time, you’ll see your credit score getting improved. There is no doubt that a car possession will remain on your credit report for at least 7 years. However, if you can come to a mutually understanding position with your creditor, you can avoid the negative impact on your credit score to some extent. However, if the amount is too huge, you may face a judgment and finally a wage garnishment. This is why it is important to conclude with your creditor as soon as possible.