Do you know these common credit terms?

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09/16/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Guiding your client through the process of buying a home means getting closely acquainted with their financial situation. There will be discussions of mortgage applications, debt-to-income ratios, and, likely, their credit report. But are you confident you can correctly interpret the litany of credit-related terms your clients might have questions about? Take our quiz to test your knowledge before you get stumped.

Categories: Buyers
Tags: quiz, buyers, credit report, credit score


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Ramiro on 09/20/2016

Real estate luminosity

Debbie Russell on 09/19/2016

Fun test - I missed 2 a nice 2 minute refresher course - sharpen mind and skills.

Lillie Painia on 09/18/2016

Nice quiz! Always good to refresh your knowledge!

Cindy Collins on 09/16/2016

Great quiz to keep us on top of our game with respect to credit and borrowing.


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