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If you are applying for a mortgage or just want to check your credit standing you need to get your FICO score. There are three different credit bureaus and they each have a file on you. They record what is reported to them by your accounts. It is off of your credit report that your credit score is calculated. Your credit score is then used by lenders to assess the risk of default. Then the lender takes this into consideration when deciding if they will give you a loan and at what interest rate.
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Your credit score is something that is almost ambiguous because of the multiple factors that go into it. Your credit worthiness is graded by your credit score, but how do you know if you are doing well. You have to have a basic understanding of the rating system used, the credit scoring scale and there are four things to know before getting your credit score and applying for a loan.
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You might ask yourself these questions. The general rule is the higher the FICO score the better and if it is high you could wind up saving lots of money. When lenders decide to give you a loan, your FICO score is used as an indication of risk. The lesser risk you are, the lower the interest rate you will have to pay. The lower the interest rate, the more money you will save over the life of a loan.
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What is a credit score and how is it determined? Let's start from the beginning. There are three credit repositories that track and report all credit related information: Equifax, Trans Union and Experian. Creditors report credit related information to credit bureaus. Credit bureaus then pass the information on to the credit repositories that document and transfer the information to your credit report.
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There are many reasons why you should fear identity theft and credit fraud. We receive hundreds of consults each month for credit repair due to issues that have as underlying cause some type of identity theft or credit fraud. It is very important to be protected against these practices if you want to keep your credit sound and your credit score high. A simple credit fraud can destroy the efforts of years on building a clean and stainless credit history. Following are some tips that it is smart to follow if you want to remain on the upper side of the credit rank.
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Nowadays, getting a mortgage or a credit card entails several requirements, and one of the most important is an excellent credit score. It is imperative for lending institutions or mortgage companies to look into the financial background of their potential clients, and this involves reviewing their credit performances, past financial transactions, and the manner of payment of previous loan accounts.
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If you are going to repair your credit score, you must first comprehend what it is and how it functions. Lacking this information, you can’t effectively improve your score because you don’t know how the things you do every day affect it.
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Studies have shown that only 30 per cent of consumers fully understand their credit score. The rest could be making costly mistakes. This may be common knowledge to some but most people probably don't realize the truly devastating effects a low score can cause. I will explain a few here.
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Is 700 a Good Credit Score? This is a common question what score is considered worthy of good rates and terms? Typically Scores range between 300 and 780. There are scores that get into the 800's but you typically don't get that high unless you are in your 50's with low debt.
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Your credit score could make or break you in 2008. With all the foreclosures and defaults on credit cards, banking guidelines are getting tough. During the "Real Estate Boom" just about anybody could get a loan. Mortgage companies were just giving money to anyone that came along.
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