“This could be a valuable email to you or someone you know.” ~ F. McGehee Woolf

Written by Mr. F. McGehee Woolf, mortgage loan manager, licensed in Louisiana and North Carolina (NMLS 89625):

As a client of ours over the years you may recall the importance of having acceptable credit as a primary consideration in the home buying process.  Many fall below the acceptable ranges to be approved.  This can be very demoralizing, and they typically consider some unattractive options, such as:

  1. Listen to a friend and dispute all the negative credit information.
  2. Pay a company or an attorney to rehabilitate the credit which often delivers mixed results.
  3. Do nothing and keep renting.

Since people look to me for guidance I wanted to learn more about how someone could help himself or herself in this frustrating circumstance.  I recently read the book by Carolyn Warren titled Repair Your Credit Like the Pros.  It’s an easy read loaded with excellent direction on what to do in almost every conceivable circumstance.  Ms. Warren will even provide you with the letter templates you need to be successful.

I contacted Ms. Warren asking for her permission for me to notify you of the availability of her book, and she

Rated best DIY credit repair resource.

graciously granted it.  I wholeheartedly endorse it.  You can click on the link below and it will take you to the Amazon page where you can purchase her book for $13.49.  With her book and some focused effort, most people will be able to get their credit in order.

Best of luck and let me know if I can help you in any way.
F McGehee Woolf, Loan Production Manager NMLS No. 89625
For loans in North Carolina and Louisiana, visit website here. Office: 225.767.5355
Email: mwoolf@rsmc.net

2 responses

  1. Hi Carolyn:

    I have a copy of your book, with a copywrite of 2014. Didn’t you come out with a new updated version?

    Thank you

    Doug

    1. Yes, the updated version was released mid-2017 and is relevant now in 2018. There is a new chapter on bankruptcy and more information on student loans. This Expanded Edition is about 6,000 words longer than the 2014 version. Thank you for asking.

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