The region of the country that you live in could be affecting your credit score. That is according to Experian, one of the three leading credit bureaus. A recent report Experian released details the average credit scores for cities around the U.S., showing that local economic conditions, including unemployment levels, education levels, public perception of debt, and other factors contribute to the average credit score for that area. Read all the details here.

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