Is it worse to have no credit or bad credit?
How does having bad credit compare with having no credit score.
In short, both present problems, but having no credit is better than having bad credit because building good credit from scratch can be easier than rebuilding credit.
Here’s more about the difference between no credit and bad credit..
Can you get a credit report if you have no credit history?
If you have no credit accounts or have opened an account or accounts with lenders that do not report the payment status to a credit reporting company, you will not have a credit report.
Can you purchase a house with no credit history?
People with no credit scores generally won’t qualify for a conventional loan. Instead, they should look at mortgages backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). The FHA sometimes issues mortgages to consumers with no credit history or low incomes.
What does it mean when you have no credit score?
A person may not have a credit score for many reasons, but usually, it’s the result of having a “thin credit file.” A thin credit file means having very few—typically four or fewer—credit accounts listed on a credit report.