07-09-2007 12:59 AM
07-09-2007 01:12 AM
newdeep wrote:I am in the process of applying for a FHA Loan to buy a house in March...I have 2 charged off accounts: Capital One and Wells Fargo....As part of my loan I have to pay of both accounts before closing on the house....if I pay both of these account (total of 3500) will they still fall off when they are supposed to or will they fall off 7 years from the paid date (I am in TX).
07-09-2007 01:22 AM
07-09-2007 09:50 AM
newdeep wrote:Oh gosh... thank you so much.No I haven't let the bank pull my credit report. I figured I would dispute everything I could first and then let them pull it.Thanks a bunch....Sorry for the silly question.
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