Interesting Credit Card Statistics

If you want to know how Americans are doing financially, take a look at their credit scores. Credit scores are key to determining whether you’ll qualify for a mortgage, loan or credit card and how much interest you’ll pay. The higher your score, the more likely you’ll be approved for a favorable loan.

The credit scores of Americans tend to fluctuate over time, with different scoring systems showing slightly different results. FICO scores, the most commonly used model, range from 300 to 850 points. The average FICO score was 692 as of April 2014, up from 690 in October 2013 and 689 in October 2012.

VantageScore, the model developed by Experian, TransUnion and Equifax, also shows rising average scores, though they trend a bit lower than the FICO numbers. Like FICO, Vantage scores also range from 300 to 850. The average VantageScore in the U.S. in 2014 was 666, up from 664 in 2013. Credit Repair Houston

However, the average VantageScore rises with age — presumably as consumers build their credit history. Experian’s State of Credit 2013 report found that Americans age 66 and older have the highest average VantageScore (735), while millennials have the lowest (628).

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Posted in CEO Success Stories on April 06 at 09:19 PM

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