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Do Experian Boost Records Help a Borrower’s Mortgage Score?
Due to the increased popularity of Experian’s Boost program, you have likely seen your share of self-reported utility records on your borrower’s credit reports. Your applicants may even be asking you, “Do these records help my score?” Rosa Mumm, our product support manager, shares insights on this question in her latest video.
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Originally featured in Scotsman Guide, Hidden in Plain Sight. Nudging a credit score upward, could be the difference between owning a home or not. Every applicant is more important than ever. The truth is that 71% of mortgage applicants with scores below 760 could better their score by at least one 20-point credit band within 30 days, allowing many to qualify for a mortgage. That’s what CreditXpert discovered when examining 24 mil- lion mid-score credit inquiries. It’s surprising how many prospective mortgage borrowers are hiding in plain sight, shielded by a credit score that is far below its potential.