GREENSBORO, NC -- It's time for a 2 Wants To Know credit check and we're talking interest rates and your credit score.
850 is the absolute *highest* you can score. So how low can the score go before it starts costing you money with higher interest rates?
"750 gives lenders easy access to giving you the best interest rate, the best options on any financial account you want to open. It just opens a lot of doors for a particular lender," says Jesse Gathewright with Financial Destiny Inc.