2018’s cities with the highest and lowest credit scores

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With tax season coming up and people evaluating their spending and debts more closely, the personal-finance website WalletHub analyzed the median credit scores of residents in 2,572 cities to determine 2018’s Cities with the Highest & Lowest Credit Scores.

Cities in the Top Percentile (Credit Score) Cities in the Bottom Percentile
The Villages, FL (807) Opa-locka, FL (572)
Sun City Center, FL (789) Florence, SC (570)
Sun City West, AZ (787) Union City, GA (569)
Green Valley, AZ (781) Riverdale, GA (569)
Saratoga, CA (780) Pontiac, MI (567)
Los Altos, CA (779) Suitland, MD (566)
Lexington, MA (778) College Park, GA (564)
Estero, FL (778) Darlington, SC (561)
Laguna Woods, CA (777) East Chicago, IN (560)
Pittsford, NY (773) East Orange, NJ (559)
Potomac, MD (772) New Brunswick, NJ (557)
Wilmette, IL (772) Gary, IN (555)
Winchester, MA (772) West Memphis, AR (554)
Oro Valley, AZ (772) Forest Park, GA (553)
Lafayette, CA (771) Inkster, MI (553)
Cupertino, CA (771) Detroit, MI (552)
Needham, MA (770) Chester, PA (552)
Gibsonia, PA (770) Harvey, IL (552)
San Carlos, CA (770) East St. Louis, IL (546)
Leawood, KS (769) Camden, NJ (541)

 

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