‘Good’ credit score lowers avg. mortgage cost by $21K

Buyers with “good” credit generally land a better mortgage rate than those with a “fair” credit score, and a study to determine what that meant for buyers found that it lowered the cost of an average 30-year FRM by $21,000 over the life of the loan.

      

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