Blog :: 09-2017

Credit ? It's More Than Just a Number

Having a good credit score isn’t just necessary for financing a home; it’s also used to keep insurance premiums down and for screening applicants by some employers.  The use of credit scores is the same across the board, It’s to mitigate risk, plain and simple.  Banks want to know if they lend $300,000 for a home that they will get the money

back within the terms set forth in the loan. The insurance industry has also proven time and time again that individuals who pay their bills on time have less insurance claims. And now employers are using credit scores with the same premise that on time bill payers make better employees.  How does your credit score stack up? Check out this chart and see which category you fall in to.  If you don't know your credit score you can sign-up for free with Credit Karma. Learn more on how insurers use credit information. more

Waterville Estates NH Community

Waterville Estates, Campton NH

Waterville Estates is a private community providing quality service to its owners. Only two hours north of Boston, Waterville Estates is located in the beautiful White Mountains of NH.

 

Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, there is always something to do at or near Waterville Estates.  Whether you are a skier, like to snowshoe or prefer snowmobiles you’re in the right place for easy access to all your winter activities. If Waterville Estates is your summer home or would like it to be, your in luck; there are many things to do for the whole family here; indoor swimming pools, mountain bike, swim outside on the pond, hike, play tennis and much more.  

Would you like to own property in Waterville Estates contact Realtor Art Marks a member of the community for over nine years. He can share the in’s and outs of this beautiful area.   

 As a private community Waterville Estates offers many for their homeowners. As quoted by #lovewvestates “When you buy a property at Waterville Estates your investment includes ownership of millions of dollars worth of communal property”