HUD Secretary: FHA looking at alternative credit scoring models

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

At a symposium earlier this week, housing industry stakeholders considered how alternative credit scoring models could benefit those who have limited credit records or debt such as medical charges. The purpose is to give access to mortgages for those who are otherwise responsible borrowers.

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