If you've just bought a new home, chances are you spent quite some time worrying about your credit score. After all, your credit score affects your ability to get a mortgage, and the interest rate you'll pay on that mortgage.
But what happens to your credit score after you've purchased a home? That's a complicated question with a complicated answer.
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