How Do I Check My Credit?

You’re entitled to free copies of your credit reports annually from the major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Order and then pour over them to ensure the information is accurate, and try to correct any errors before you buy.

Click Here for the website and other information where you can get it ordered online or over the phone or mail.

Talk to your lender to see what options you have for the many loans available. The interest rates are at a historical low rates.


About Lisa Marchant

I enjoy assisting people in finding their new home or investment property. I want to be their trusted advisor when it comes to learning more about the process of buying, selling and relocating to our area. It is my number one goal to provide exceptional service to everyone I work with. Having lived in Deaver and Cowley Wyoming since childhood I am very knowledgeable about the area and enjoy sharing that knowledge with those making Wyoming their new home. I am a full time real estate agent working for Johnson Home and Land. I joined the staff at Johnson Home and Land in March of 2003, beginning as the office secretary and personal assistant. I got my real estate license in February of 2005. I am a member of the Northwest Wyoming Board of REALTORS, Wyoming Association of REALTORS, the National Association of REALTORS, and locally a board member of the Lovell Chamber of Commerce.
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1 Response to How Do I Check My Credit?

  1. Sarah Johnson says:

    Yes! Since I learned of this several years ago I have gotten a free credit report from EACH agency for myself and my husband every year. It’s a good idea to keep an eye on these things so that if there is ever an error it can get corrected before you actually need your credit to borrow.


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