Credit Score Dropped After Buying Car

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credit score dropped after buying car

Your score dropped after buying a car due to hard inquiries. Each credit report the auto loan lender pull adds 1 new hard inquiry, and each hard inquiry lowers your score up to 10 FICO points. A single car loan application could lower your score up to 30 points.

There are 6 main reasons why your Credit Score dropped.

  1. You spent more money with your credit cards.
  2. You missed a payment on one of your accounts.
  3. A negative mark appeared on your credit report.
  4. An old credit card account closed.
  5. You paid off loans (student, card, personal, etc).
  6. You recently applied for a new loan or card (and a hard inquiry appeared on your report).
  7. In all of these scenarios, the #1 way to find out which affected your score drop is by reviewing your report with a professional.

In all of these scenarios, the #1 way to find out which affected your score drop is by reviewing your report with a professional.

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In some cases, we recommend speaking with a Credit Repair professional to analyze your credit report. It's so much less stress, hassle, and time to let professionals identify the reasons for your score drop.

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