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someone was asking regarding buying a house but they had a judgment on their credit report. You necesarly will not be disqualified, what you can do is pay it at the court where its recorded and you will recieve a certificate of satisfied judgment, you can then give that to your lender and send to the 3 major credit berues. Hope this helps!
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@Angela:  If you click on "post reply" on the thread where the question is asked, it is more likely the person will receive the response.
  • August 01 2012
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Thank you! it had kicked me off when I was typing lol! But Thanks!
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