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A charge-off is a notation on your credit report indicating that the original lender has written off the charge as unlikely to ever be paid. An account that is 120 to 180 days past due usually will be charged off. Obtaining a mortgage with a charge-off on your credit report is challenging, but if the charge-off is old enough and you rebuild your credit, you still may be able to obtain a loan with favorable terms. need more anyone just find in Florida unitedcounselors dot org

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