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Articles relating to "Credit scores":

Equifax deal to help credit-score-challenged buyers (6/15/2015)
About 26 million “credit invisible” U.S. residents could eventually qualify for a mortgage as Equifax begins to consider non-financial data.

How can buyers fix credit score mistakes? (6/1/2015)
The U.S. Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) helps consumers fix credit report errors that got bogged down when dealing directly with a rating company.

Credit scoring firms agree to changes (5/21/2015)
Fla. and 30 other states settled with the big three credit scoring companies, which will now pay $6M and provide greater protections for consumers.

HUD Secretary: FHA is exploring alternative credit scoring models (4/2/2015)
HUD Sec. Julián Castro told Realtors at credit access symposium, “We’ll look at every option that brings housing opportunities within reach of more Americans.”

Trying to fix a credit report? (3/10/2015)
The ordeal should get easier. A landmark agreement with the largest credit reporting agencies, Experian, Equifax and TransUnion, gives consumers more power.

CFPB: More than 50M have access to free credit score (2/23/2015)
It’s getting easier for homebuyers to get their credit score – not just a credit report – but a study finds many don’t understand what it means or where to find it.