“VA Loans are more lenient than conventional when it comes to your credit history. In fact, VA has no credit limit, though it is true that VA lenders generally look for a 620 FICO score, which, in layman’s terms means ‘Fair’ credit (followed by ‘Good’ and then ‘Excellent’). Conventional loans often require a 680 minimum credit score, although you may need more like a 740 to have a shot at the best rates and terms.” — VA.Gov
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