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Getting Approved & Getting the Best Rates
Many lenders use 720 or 740 as the cutoff for giving borrowers their best rates and terms. Many also use 660, 640, or 620. Borrowers below those numbers are called “subprime.” When you’re listed as a “subprime” borrower you are likely to be rejected for mortgages, car loans, personal loans, and even most credit cards. If you are approved, though, you’re likely going to be stuck with a very high-interest rate – potentially costing you thousands of extra dollars.
Building your credit and increasing your score leads to lower interest rates, a higher chance of approval, and a brighter financial future. Contact Credit Absolute today for a free credit review and consultation to begin your journey to a stronger credit profile and score.