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With a middle score that high an inq might drop your score or might not, but it will still get you the best possible rate
ndpace wrote:I want to move some money from a mature CD into a new rewards account at the credit union to get 6.1% but the credit union says they have to run my credit first to let me add the moneyThere is a 50% chance we will be buying a second home soon (first home paid off) and applying for a loan. Will their running my credit affect my credit much to the lenders I will be checking with? My score is a 808Thanks, Jim
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