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I have a 683 but I have thin credit, they won't give me credit cards to fix my thin credit
I checked out my credit score and it was 683 and that was good but then they said I have thin credit the next day I checked.......what do I do? I need to get a home loan for my family my wife is sick and it will be cheaper to get a house then rent one. I have rented the same house for 7 years always on time. I hear people are paying way less to buy a house then I am renting one for. I need HELP. not great at all this stuff "thin credit, good credit, this score that score" I would be so greatful for any help for me and my family....Thank you for your time in helping me.

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Do you have any credit cards? You  may try Discover, my credit score was lower than that and I didn't have much credit anymore (used to have too much several years ago) and I got approved. Sounds like you need to add some trade lines to your credit report. What kind of credit do you currently have, if any? Any loans or credit cards?

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