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An eviction isn't directly reported on your report. What is reported is the resulting collection for the remaining amount due. This will lower your credit score up to 100 points for seven years (unless removed earlier). The good news? Getting them removed early is possible.
Do Evictions Show Up On Your Credit Report?
Typically, evictions don't show up on your credit report. However, if the account goes into collections it may show up.
How To Remove Eviction Collections From Your Credit Report
If you have a record on your credit report from evictions collections — and the info isn't 100% accurate — you can dispute it. You could do this yourself, but it's a time-consuming process. Instead, team up with an expert like Credit Glory for help disputing their claims.
How Long Does An Eviction Collection Stay On Your Credit Record?
An eviction collection record can show on your credit report for 7 years or more. What can you do to remove it? If the info is inaccurate dispute it with help from a reputable company like Credit Glory.