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How Much is Your FICO Score Costing You on Your Mortgage? (Infographic)

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If you’ve ever rented an apartment, bought or leased a car, applied for a mortgage or been issued a credit card, you have an idea of how your FICO scores are used to determine what you’ll pay on a deposit for your apartment, or how much you’ll pay in interest on your car, mortgage, credit card, etc.  In Credit.com’s latest infographic, we take a look at just how important it is to keep your credit in check and why this three digit number can either save you thousands–or cost you a fortune on your mortgage.

How does your FICO Score affect your mortgage?

To find out where you stand, try Credit.com’s Free Credit Report Card where we break down your estimated credit scores across all of the major scoring models including: FICO, VantageScore, PlusScore, TransUnion, and CreditXpert.

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