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Applying for a bank loan even with bad credit is one of the frequent search engine inquiries. Financial and banking experts are also asked for tips and suggestions to expedite the application process.
Unfortunately, there is no hard and fast rule on getting a bank loan approved with bad credit. It must be understood that several factors come into play in the entire approval process. The most important to consider is how bad credit is determined in the first place. A person’s credit history is determined by several factors, including how often he or she pays his or her bills, whether they are paid on time, the amount of funds in an account for a certain amount of time, and other factors that determine how reliable that individual is as a bank client.
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Financial institutions differ in one or two of these factors, but in general, credit history is dependent on how well an individual keeps tabs on his or her finances. These factors are plugged in a general system which produces a score. It is this number that is fed across the national channel and determines a client’s credit value.
To speed up the application, the borrower should pinpoint the factor that dragged down the score. If for example, the bad credit is the result of a bill that remained unpaid for four months, the borrower should pay off this bill before applying for a bank loan. This does not necessarily guarantee an approval, but does improve the chances.
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