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Ken met with a client whose credit appeared to be exceptional. With interest rates at historic lows, the client wanted to refinance their mortgage. When Ken pulled his client’s credit score, they were both perplexed that it was 699 – relatively low given their overall credit standing. The client couldn’t figure out the reason their score wasn’t higher.
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Mark’s client needed to raise her credit score from 590 to 640 – just 50 points – to have a chance for an FHA loan. Most of her debt was due to credit card balances. Mark used CreditXpert® What-If Simulator™ to look for ways to pay down the debt that wouldn’t require a lot of funds.
Rod’s client was eager to secure a loan for a vacation home. When Rod pulled the credit report, he noticed that the score was 698 – 18 points less than what his client saw on a free credit score site.