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Credit Score Calculator
Summary: Here's a Credit Score Calculator that can give you an estimate of your current credit score range.
Your credit score determines the interest rate you will pay and your credit worthiness to mortgage lenders. The higher your score, the lower your interest rate will be as well as your chances of getting a new home construction loan or home mortgage.
Check your credit report and get your credit scores before you start looking for a new home, home mortgage or home construction loan.
Rising delinquencies and defaults have caused lenders to become cautious.
In the past, a credit score of 720 could get you the best interest rates.
Now, the lowest rates and best loan terms are being made to borrowers with credit scores of 740 or higher.
Credit scores give lenders a fast, objective and consistent estimate of your credit risk.
Here's a very fast and easy to use credit score range calculator from Bankrate.com and FICO®.
It is noninvasive. It doesn't even ask for your name or email address!
No signing up for anything!
It is ACTUALLY FREE!
I found the FICO® Score Estimator to be fairly accurate in giving you your credit score range.
Just answer ten very simple questions and instantly receive your estimated FICO® Score range.
You can also play around with the myFICO® Score Estimator and see how your credit score can change when you do "good" things like pay your bills on time, or "bad" things like miss a credit card payment, or even declare bankruptcy.
To use the FICO® Score Estimator, click HERE.
Then, get your actual credit scores, the details on your scores, learn to understand positive and negative influences, how to monitor it and full access to customer support at myFICO®.
Credit scores are very important. Know yours! No one likes surprises when applying for a loan.
If you have bad credit or low credit scores read Bad Credit.