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You need to contact the credit bureau TransUnion at 800-916-8800 or on its website to dispute the misreported discharged debt.
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Bankruptcy is not a fun process and it sticks with you for years. Bankruptcy affects everything from employment and housing opportunities to getting a new cell phone c...
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Hello Donna: I'm not 100% clear on the supporting information for your question; was the home sold (and therefore no longer owned by you), or do you still own it bu...
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Jose: Thanks for your question. There is nothing stopping you from doing either. However be advised that 1) There are specific guidelines for renting your home and ...
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Have you considered renting the property to someone who cannot obtain financing? There are many people looking for a home but they dont qualify for a purchase in today...
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CFP® in Redmond, WA
Hi - First off, never believe anything a debt collector tells you. They are still second-in-line to the first mortgagor. They can and will sue you for the money. F...
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Mortgage Broker in Los Angeles, CA
Any credit company that says they can remove a foreclosure from a credit report may as well be selling unicorn rides as well. As for getting a loan with a foreclosure...
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ChFC® in Aventura, FL
The first thing you need to know is if Massachusetts is a jurisdiction state. If so, I would contact a certified foreclosure attorney there. In Florida, we have 12 mo...
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Generally speaking, 4 years. If there were extenuating circumstances, then possibly only 2 years.
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Mortgage Broker in Maryland Heights, MO
Mortgages are considered late after the 15 day grace period, and late charges are typically accessed then. Some lenders will also mark the mortgage as "delinquent" on...
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