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 What is a judgement on a credit report?

Answer A judgment is normally entered when a collection agency or a creditor have been unsuccessful in collecting a debt from a borrower. When a judgment is placed on the borrower's credit report, it can ... Read More »
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How much does a judgement drop a credit score?

A judgment will lower your credit score anywhere from 50 to 200 points. The total drop in credit score will depend on the type of judgment and amount of the original debt.Source:Judgment and Credit... Read More »
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What happens to a judgement balance in a real estate short sale in New York state. If there is no equity in the sale will the judgement be released?

In any state, Judgements are usually filed with a court. In order for the Judgement to be released, someone -- preferably the party that filed the Judgement -- must be satisfied before the Judgemen... Read More »
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How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on your credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report that are accurate will remain for seven years, with the exception of a bankruptcy, which will be reported for 10 years. The entries will remain on your report... Read More »
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How long do bad credit records that are past the statute of limitations stay on a credit report?

Negative entries on your credit report generally stay there for seven years from the date of the negative event. In the case of personal bankruptcy, the entry stays on your credit record for 10 yea... Read More »
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