A 768 Credit Score Is Very Good. Your #1 way to increase it is by hiring a Credit Repair service, like Credit Glory. It's fast, simple and accelerates you on your road toward financial success. Get started today!
A 768 FICO® Score is considered “Very Good”. Mortgage, auto, and personal loans are easy to get with a 768 Credit Score. Lenders like to do business with borrowers that have Very Good credit because it's less risky.
It gets even better.
Repairing your credit is one of the best ways to increase your score, and unlock even better loan rates that you and your family deserve.
A 768 Credit Score means:
A Credit Repair company like Credit Glory can:
An industry leader like Credit Glory can guide you through this process. Give them a call @ (833) 885-2800, or chat with them, today →
Getting a mortgage and home loan with a 768 credit score should be easy. Your current score is in the second highest credit rating category that exists. You shouldn't have any issues getting a mortgage or a home loan.
The #1 way to get a home loan with a 768 score is to complete minimal credit repair, and simply apply and wait for approval.
After a few short months of repairing your credit (with an industry leader like Credit Glory), you’ll be in a much better position to get your ideal home loan terms.
Trying to qualify for an auto loan with a 768 credit score is cheap. There is little to no risk for a car lender (which means you get the best rates).
Taking out an auto loan out with a 768 credit score, should be easy.
It gets even better.
You can improve your loan terms with a few simple steps to repair your credit.
An ideal option at this stage is reaching out to a credit repair company to evaluate your score and see how they can increase it.
Like home and car loans, a personal loan and credit card is easy to get with a 768 credit score.
You don’t need to apply for a secured card with Discover or Capital One, who may make you pay $500-$1000 just for a deposit.
You can get even better terms on your personal loan or credit card by repairing your credit and waiting a few short months until your score improves.
A 768 score means you likely have few-no negative items on your report. Removing any outstanding negative items (or hard inquiries) is usually the quickest way to fixing your report.
We recommend speaking with a friendly credit repair expert online to help guide you through this process. Your consultation is completely free, no-pressure, and will set you on the right path toward boosting your score.
It depends where you started out.
If you had good credit starting out, this score may be easy to reach, once you remove any bad marks on your credit. Three collection accounts, for example, could drop a 800 credit score well below 600.
If you started out with weak credit (for example, you don’t have any revolving accounts), a single negative mark could lower you well below the 500s.
If you want a score above 768, you need to remove all inaccurate, negative items, have a good credit mix, and have an aged, revolving credit account (such as a 2+ year old credit card). You'll also want to maintain a low revolving balance (below 30% utilization).
Work on removing all negative accounts such as collections, charge-offs, medical bills, bankruptcies, et al.
Remove as many excess hard inquiries as you can. Get your revolving utilization as low as you can (0 being best, but the general rule is below 30%). Ensure you have a good credit mix of installment loans and revolving accounts.
Last but not least, make sure you have at least two revolving accounts older than 2 years (getting added as an authorized user to a friend or family members credit card can help!)
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