Perhaps you'd like to drop by. It starts at 5:30p at the MIT Student Center.
That said, I agree with Elaine ... you shouldn't be worried about your credit score, it's very credible. However, it never hurts to have a better score and it's always great to know what you are doing and what you might do and how it affects your credit score.
You would need a pre-approval letter before going house hunting anyway, and many mortgage consultant/advisors can better help you with your specific situation. I'd be happy to recommend a couple if you'd like. firstname.lastname@example.org (781) 304-1048
I suggest you talk with an experienced, competent mortgage broker who would be an expert at how to improve your credit score in a timely fashion. Bob capone from MSA mortgage has longterm expertise in this area as I have benefitted from his knowledge over the past 15 years. It will not cost you any money to do this.
978479886 is his cell phone-
Jason DiScipio CBR