I'm in the middle of a refinance utilizing a new government backed program. I have a backruptcy that is three years old, which my mortgage company is well aware of. Today I received a call from the lender negotiating the refinance and have been asked to call Corelogic CREDCO because they need a conference call between me and my current mortgage company. I was just wondering if you know what information I need to have at my fingertips in order to answer their questions. I'm also afraid that this is just paving the way to say no on my refinance. Any tips on what the conference call might involve, would be much appreciated. Thank you.
CoreLogic CREDCO is a Company that works on Credit Reports for banks, auto dealers, insurance companies, and other lenders.
They provide your Credit Report from Equifax / TransUnion / Experian and can update credit line accounts to show paid current or help clear judgment and collection accounts from your Credit Report for you. They sometimes need conference calls to work with some mortgage banks and credit card companies, County Clerk's Offices, etc.
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