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Do they do a credit check for adding your name to the house mortgage?

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2005-10-17 15:47:36
2005-10-17 15:47:36

Yes, generally all joint financial agreements/contracts require that all applicants submit to a check of their credit history. In a few states the requirements for a married couple are somewhat different.

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