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If you paid your mortgage off should it still show as a foreclosure?

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2008-06-11 04:40:28
2008-06-11 04:40:28

You probably will need to follow up with the three reporting agencies to be sure the paid notation shows up. The foreclosure notice and late payments will stay on the record for several years. Obtain a paid letter from the lender and send copies to each of the credit reporting agencies--it still will take some time, but your action will help move things in the right direction.

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That depends on what the outstanding balance of your loan is, the value of your home, and how much the bank will settle for. There are actually companies that will work with you for free to buy your mortgage away from your mortgage company and avoid your foreclosure. I would advise looking into this first.



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