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Articles relating to "Credit scores":

Q&A: FICO executive on credit scoring changes (7/13/2015)
A pilot program by one of the major credit bureaus will look at phone or cable bills to establish credit for the 45 million Americans who have no score at all.

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.