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how can you recover from a hard inquirie?
Recently I had a hard inquirie on my credit, it lowered my score by 24 points, how can I recover from that?

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Hard inquiries.

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It takes 2 years to get rid of a hard inquiry.  24 points excessive.  My last one cost 5 points.

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2-5

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Should normally be only 2-5 points. It could have been a multiple inquiry situation if you had another couple inquires a couple of months ago. While it takes 24 months to completely get rid of inquiries, it should start to heal in a few months.

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