Experian considers a credit score higher than 700 as indicative of good credit management. Typical credit scores range between 600 and 750, but the scale runs from 300 to 850. More »

A 640 FICO score is considered acceptable and typically qualifies a borrower to receive prime rates, according to Credit.org. Compared to borrowers scored under 620, an individual in the 620 to 680 score range is usually... More »

A good credit score is anything above a 720, according to Credit Karma. Credit scores range from 300 to 850 and give creditors an idea of how risky it is to lend to a borrower. More »

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Credit applications can cost someone a few points on a credit score because of the inquiries into the applicant's credit, according to Experian. The exact impact varies by the number and timing of the inquiries and a com... More »

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A credit score of 690 is in the upper range of what is typically considered fair credit, according to Credit.com. A good credit score is between 700 and 749, while an excellent credit score is one above 750. More »

The credit score range for the conventional FICO credit scoring model is 300 to 850, according to Investopedia. A score within this range, along with credit report details, offers prospective lenders some insight into a ... More »

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The best FICO credit score range as of 2015, commonly known as "excellent credit," is between 720 and 850, according to Investopedia. While some lenders have other thresholds, consumers with scores in this range are gene... More »

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