Considering Alternatives in Credit Scoring

March 28, 2017 Brian Honea

Alternative payment records could provide valuable routes to better credit for low-income people, and open up the path to a mortgage. Data from checking accounts rent, telecommunications, and utility accounts could all supplement the negative collections data. The problem is, very few consumer files have these types of data.

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