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FICO credit scores of 300 to 620 and below are generally seen as representing high risks to lenders, whereas applicants with scores around 680 to 850 are seen as low risks. Applicants with scores between 620 and 680 like... More »

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FICO scores range from 300 to 850, but there is no defined score that is considered good since lenders have different strategies and amounts of risk that they are willing to tolerate. A higher FICO score simply indicates... More »

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According to ScoreInfo from FICO, a good FICO score ranges from 660 to 724. Because scores within this range are near the average score of U.S. consumers, most lenders view these scores as good. More »

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FICO scores range from 300 to 850, but there is no defined score that is considered good since lenders have different strategies and amounts of risk that they are willing to tolerate. A higher FICO score simply indicates... More »

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VantageScores are calculated using different criteria and weighting than Fair Isaac Corporation, or FICO scores, and so a 698 VantageScore is not directly comparable to a FICO score, according to Forbes. FICO does not us... More »

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Mortgage lenders evaluate an applicant's FICO scores from one or more of the three major credit reporting bureaus: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. Individual FICO scores reflect the credit history of the applicant, and... More »

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According to ScoreInfo from FICO, a good FICO score ranges from 660 to 724. Because scores within this range are near the average score of U.S. consumers, most lenders view these scores as good. More »

www.reference.com Business & Finance Credit & Lending