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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Momof3, Apr 3, 2001.
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Great site Momof3. I think there are lots of us on this board that are getting mortgage ready (that is certainly what prompted my interest in my credit report!!!).
Thanks for the info!
That is a great site Mom...but how do they calculate who is A, B, C, D?
I didn't see a guide....
A,B,C,D is an evaluation of your credit. Perfect credit is "A" credit with the lowest rates. Your FICO scores will correlate with these ratings. Look into FHA before looking at those high interest rate mortgages for B,C,and D credit. FHA is more lenient and you can get much better interest rates in most cases.