How is your Credit Score
Payment History: Approximately 35% of your score.
Amounts Owed: About 30% of your score.
Length of Credit History: About 15% of your score.
Pattern of Credit Use: About 10% of your score.
Types of Credit in Use: About 10% of your score.
Credit Score Guidelines
A credit score of 650 or above indicates a
you have a very good credit history. If your credit score is this
high you will usually find the loan process quick and easy, and
will have a good chance to obtain a loan at a relatively low rate
Scores between 620 and 650 indicate
basically good credit. (Average FICO scores fall into this range.)
If your credit score is in this range you have a good chance at a
loan at a good rate, but you may have to provide additional
documentation and explanations to the lender before the loan is
approved. A score below 620 may prevent you from
getting the best interest rates, as you may be considered a
greater credit risk-but it does not mean that mortgage funding
can't be found.
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