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Good credit scores are your passport to competitive interest rates for mortgages, cars, credit card offers, insurance premiums, and more. Strong scores are worth money because they can save you in excess costs.
Poor (300-561)
Nearly 15% of the U.S. population has a credit score of 561 or less. A Poor score makes it difficult for you to qualify for the best interest rates on loans, and lenders may require you to have a cosigner and/or a significant down payment.
Fair (562-665)
For many lenders, Fair is viewed as an "average" credit score. You are not likely to be offered the best interest rates on loans or credit cards, but the terms in most cases will be better than for those with Poor scores.
Good (666-754)
Good scores get better lending rates. This range typically indicates you are effectively managing your finances, and you are likely to be offered better interest rates on loans or credit cards.
Great (755-850)
You’re in the top range! This means you’re a very low-risk borrower and have done a superb job of managing your finances. You’ll most likely get the very best interest rates on loans or credit cards.