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The new math of Fico credit scores

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Very interesting that there are 400 lenders using FICO 08 already and they EXPECT Fanny and Freddie to sign onto it by the end of the year. It is also interesting that it has only been released at all 3 bureaus for a month. Maybe it will be accepted more quicly than the 04 models (just think 98 still gets heavy use at TU!)
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I wonder when myfico will start using it for the products that are sold here?
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boireann wrote:
I wonder when myfico will start using it for the products that are sold here?

 

Not for a loooooooooooooooong time. :smileysad:
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They will sell the newest TU when its 2098 and someone realizes that the 98 TU score on this site is actually a 100 year old model.
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debtisgood wrote:
Very interesting that there are 400 lenders using FICO 08 already and they EXPECT Fanny and Freddie to sign onto it by the end of the year.

Well, the actual quote said 400 were using or testing Fico 08. And regarding Fannie and Freddie, it just said that mortgage lenders doing conforming loans backed by those two could not utilize Fico 08 until it was approved by F and F. But it did not say those lenders would adopt it immediately after approval. There's no reason they couldn't continue to use previously approved models such as Beacon 5.0, TU 04, etc. I find it interesting how carefully these press releases are worded, and how there is a lack of hard numbers regarding the percentage of top lenders who have upgraded or committed to upgrading to this latest version ...

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