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TU analysis claims my mortgages are not reporting mortgage amounts??

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I pulled a TU report tonight, the analysis said the following:
 
1. None of your real estate accounts show a credit amount:
Lenders may be able to better evaluate your creditworthiness if there is more information about your accounts on your credit report
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But all of my mortgage accounts show a total dollar amount for the mortgage.  They are talking about the amount of the mortgage, right?  So what gives?
 
Am I missing something or just the software reading the info wrong?
 
tanks
ctRob


Message Edited by ctrob on 07-16-2007 04:35 PM
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Re: TU analysis claims my mortgages are not reporting mortgage amounts??

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