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North Dakota ranks sixth highest for credit score average



Fargo, North Dakota – If you live in North Dakota and are wanting to buy a house, car, or other significant items that require credit, you probably have plenty of options.

North Dakota’s average credit score places it sixth best in the nation, according to WalletHub.

According to the personal finance website, the average credit score in the peace garden state is 715, 20 points higher than the national average.

Paying your healthcare bills on time, keeping an eye on your credit report, and maintaining a low credit use rate are all ways to improve your credit score.

Minnesota, with a score of 724, has the best credit rating. Mississippi scored the lowest, at 662.