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Your Experian Credit Score is a straight forward way of showing how lenders may view you, based on information in your Experian Credit Report. The better your credit score the better your chances are of getting a credit card, a loan or even a mortgage, along with great rates for each. Your Experian Credit Report allows you to see the information lenders use when carrying out a credit check.

If you have a low score or there is room to improve, checking your credit report can help you see whether the information on it is correct and understand what could be affecting your score.

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Looking to learn more about the personal finances issues that matter? In our blog you can get comment from our Experian Experts on a wide range of credit-related matters, topical items and money-saving tips – from holidays, mortgages and shopping to new technology and everyday financial management. We’ll also answer some of the most frequently asked questions about credit reports, credit ratings and fraud.

Featured Blog Posts

Why was I refused a mortgage?

If your mortgage application is refused, it can be not only frustrating but inconvenient, as it can affect or even halt many plans you may have already made. The Mortgage Advice Bureau now says that the average age of a first-time buyer is now 37, which would make a standard 25-year mortgage take them to 62. However, this figure is likely to creep up, as high house prices up and down the country take first-time buyer ages beyond 40.

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Could switching accounts benefit you?

There’s arguably never been as much choice out there as there is now for a bank account, an energy deal or a mortgage, and no shortage of account providers and suppliers looking to attract new customers. And it’s not just switching companies – with energy providers and mobile phone contracts, your own provider may have introduced new deals that are far better for you than the one you’re on at the moment.

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