Erica West, of RE/MAX Sun Properties, notes the top three tips on why an excellent credit score still matters for individuals post-retirement.

Fountain Hills, AZ (PRWEB) May 17, 2016

Numerous elders whose home loans are settled, are retired and don’t expect to borrow cash at this phase of their life assume their credit scorecredit history no more matters.

However, this is simply not real, and good credit can be an essential aspect in how you endure the rest of your days, spokened RE/MAX Sun Residences Realtor Erica West. Surprisingly, scores decline for manya number of the over-65 crowd due to the fact that they no longer use their charge card. They pay money for everything. But here is the problem: Credit scoresCredit rating are influenced by your credit history, which shows if you pay your expenses on time. Without a credit report, you are unscorable and undetectable.

West, a Licensed Senior GenuineRealty Specialist, notes the following 3 reasons why it is essential to have an excellent credit scorecredit history even after retirement:

No. 1: Downsizing – If you desire to downsize and prepare to pay cash for your smaller home you will require an excellent credit ratingcredit rating. If you want a brand-new vehicle you will require a good credit ratingcredit rating, said West, who provides customized service for seniors who are downsizing and for their families who are attemptingaiming to assist them. Insurance companies will take a look at your credit rating to set your auto and property owners policy premiums.

No. 2: Transfer and lease – If you plan to move better to your kids post-retirement and lease an apartment or condo or home, property owners and utility business will take a look at your credit to identify if you pay expenses on time, stated West.

No. 3: The unanticipated takes place – Regardless of your current health condition, an abrupt development can reverse the best-laid monetary plans. If the specialized care that might be needed is not covered by insurance coverage, you might requirehave to get a line of credit to cover unforeseen expenses, said West. Assisted care neighborhoods and skilled nursing homesretirement home do not accept Medicare; they need private payments and authorized credit.

About Erica West, RE/MAX Sun Properties

Erica West has actually been a residential genuine estate agent given that 1984 following an eighteen-year career as an educator. Migrating from Massachusetts to Arizona, Erica, her other half and two kids settled in Fountain Hills, where she rode a path to success becomingturning into one of the leading 100 RE/MAX genuineproperty agents nationally. Ericas method to her clients is affected by her background in education. For more detailsFor additional information, please check out ericawesthomes.com, e-mail Erica( at) ericawesthomes( dot) com or call -LRB-480-RRB- 650-7002. Her workplace is locatedlies at 16704 East Avenue of the Fountains, Suite 101, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268.

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