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A perfect score on the FICO credit scoring model is 850. However, a perfect score is rare. A 2013 Bankrate article pointed out that a long-time mortgage banker had never seen a FICO score higher than 834. More »

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The highest possible FICO credit score tops out at 850, according to ABC News. However, a person who reaches a credit score of 850 does not necessarily acquire any more benefits than a person who has a credit score of 80... 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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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 highest possible FICO credit score tops out at 850, according to ABC News. However, a person who reaches a credit score of 850 does not necessarily acquire any more benefits than a person who has a credit score of 80... More »

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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 »

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