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Why isn't my eviction on my credit report?
Last Updated: 17th April, 2020
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Also asked, why is my eviction not showing on my credit report?
Your credit report will not indicate thatyou have been evicted from a property. However, yourcredit report may include a collection account for unpaid rentor lease payments, or possibly a civil judgment if you were suedfor breaking the lease.
Additionally, how long does it take for an eviction to show up on your credit report? Lenders will see it when evaluating your credithistory for a mortgage or other loan. An eviction typicallyregisters on reports within 30 days of a court judgmentbeing entered against you to leave the dwelling, but it may takeup to 60 days.
In this regard, how do I get an eviction off my credit report?
If the judgment or the collection agencyaccount is still on the report after seven years, ask thecredit bureau, in writing, to remove it. If thereference to eviction is truthful and recent, there'sprobably no way to remove it. Even paying the debt won'terase the incident from your file, Experiansays.
How do I remove an eviction from my public record?
Removing an eviction from your publicrecord actually isn't that difficult. If you have aneviction record that will show up in your background check,you can petition the court in the county where the case was filedto have the record expunged, or sealed.