Filled with mysterious acronyms and confusing terms - we created these resources to demystify the real estate business.
Turns out, whether you were on the Honor Roll or barely rolling through school, the grade that matters most when you want to buy a house is your credit score. A credit score is based on things like: Do you pay your bills on time? How much credit card debt do you have? And how long have you had a credit history?
Credit scores can range anywhere from 300 to 850. The higher your credit score number, the better interest rates and loan options you’ll qualify for.