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Want A Mortgage? The Credit Score Used By Mortgage Companies Will Surprise You

Shutterstock If you are applying for a mortgage, your credit score will be a critical part of the process. You could get rejected with a credit score that is too low. And once approved, your score will determine theinterest rate charged. Someone with a 620 might have to pay aninterest rate [...]
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