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Articles relating to "Credit scores":

Lenders still don’t use best credit-scoring models (12/8/2016)
Outdated credit score models unfairly ding some buyers with lower scores, but banks can’t upgrade to better ones because Fannie and Freddie don’t accept them.

Exactly which credit score should you check? (12/6/2016)
The simple answer: It doesn’t matter. The complicated answer: There are more than 1,000 types of credit scores and lenders tinker with the results anyway.

Great credit is a powerful tool (11/7/2016)
A good credit scores saves its owner a lot of money: A 760 score compared to 620 would save $65,000 on a $200,000 mortgage and $5,100 on a $30,000 auto loan.

Buyers know less about credit scores than you think (8/10/2016)
Most people know about credit scores and the impact of late bill payments – but for many, that’s where their understanding of the credit score process ends.