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Homes for Sale Near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA

Homes for Sale Near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA 

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Auburn High School
711 East Main St
Auburn WA 98002

Homes For Sale  Near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA

Find homes for sale near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA. Our For Sale property information is a direct feed from the NWMLS and is updated multiple times per day.

The homes near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA have easy access to schools, shopping, trails and parks. You will love coming home to the Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA every day!

To find out what your home near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA is worth, fill out this simple form.

Awesome Schools

To get local school scores and more information about the Elementary and Middle schools serving the Auburn Senior High School, check out Auburn WA School Reports on my website.

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Super Convenient Auburn Location

Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA is conveniently located in the heart of Auburn WA. This location offers convenient access to several parks, trails, grocery stores and shopping malls.

3.73 miles to the Outlet Collection

5.12 miles to Emerald Downs

3.6 miles to Multicare Auburn Medical Center 

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7 miles to Green River Community College

30 miles to Downtown Seattle WA

17 miles to Downtown Tacoma WA

17 miles to Seattle Tacoma International Airport

Find out about everything that is nearby to  Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA including places of worship.

The homes near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA are a great place to call home. You will not be disappointed if you end up living here. You can find homes for sale near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA (if there are any available today) as well as all available Auburn WA homes and condominiums  for sale on my website.

Affordable Low and No Down Payment Options

Homes near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA are approved for several types of financing with low or no down payment required.  Find out what programs you qualify forVA Zero Down Financing approved, FHA financing approved, Home Advantage, Conventional Financing approved.  Learn more about How To Buy A House With A Low Down Payment In Auburn WA

Free Market Report For The Homes Near Auburn Senior High School in Auburn WA

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Calculating your credit score

CALCULATING YOUR CREDIT SCORE
Think of your credit score like you would a grade in school. A teacher calculates grades by taking scores from tests, homework, attendance and anything else they want to use, weighting each according to importance in order to come up with a final single number (or letter) score. Your credit score is calculated in a very similar manner. Instead of using the scores from pop quizzes and reports you wrote, it uses the information in your credit report.
The number itself can range from 300 to 900. The formula for exactly how the score is calculated is proprietary information and owned by Fair Isaac. Here, however is an approximate breakdown of how it is determined:

35% of the score is based on your payment history. This makes sense since one of the primary reasons a lender wants to see the score is to find out if (and how timely) you pay your bills. The score is affected by how many bills have been paid late, how many were sent out for collection, any bankruptcy, etc. When these things happened also comes into play. The more recent, the worse it will be for your overall score.
30% of the score is based on outstanding debt. How much do you owe on car or home loans? How many credit cards do you have that are at their credit limits? The more cards you have at their limits, the lower your score will be. The rule of thumb is to keep your card balances at 25% or less of their limits.
15% of the score is based on the length of time you’ve had credit. The longer you’ve had established credit, the better it is for your overall credit score. Why? Because more information about your past payment history gives a more accurate prediction of your future actions.
10% of the score is based on the number of inquiries on your report. If you’ve applied for a lot of credit cards or loans, you will have a lot of inquiries on your credit report. These are bad for your score because they indicate that you may be in some kind of financial trouble or may be taking on a lot of debt (even if you haven’t used the cards or gotten the loans). The more recent these inquiries are the worse for your credit score. FICO scores only count inquiries from the past year.
10% of the score is based on the types of credit you currently have. The number of loans and available credit from credit cards you have makes a difference. There is no magic number or combination of types of accounts that you shouldn’t have. These actually come more into play if there isn’t as much other information on your credit report on which to base the score.

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