Financial Scams notes that an eviction can stay on a credit report for up to seven years. Typically the landlord does not send the information to the credit bureaus. When a landlord evicts a tenant through court action, ... More »

An eviction is typically removed from an individual's credit record after a seven-year period. An eviction is the legal removal of a tenant by a landlord. Evictions occur for a variety of reasons that include failure to ... More »

A judgment remains on a credit report for seven years from the date of filing. A judgment is considered a public record and can adversely affect a credit score. Some public records, such as divorces, do not affect a FICO... More »

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According to Experian, an eviction from a residence does not appear on a credit report; however, a credit report can reflect a collection account due to unpaid rent or payments on a lease. A civil judgement may also be p... More »

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An eviction notice does not necessarily appear on a tenant's credit report. Landlords must obtain an eviction judgment from a local court for the report to take note. According to CreditKarma.com, this situation causes c... More »

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A judgment remains on a credit report for seven years from the date of filing. A judgment is considered a public record and can adversely affect a credit score. Some public records, such as divorces, do not affect a FICO... More »

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A short sale negatively affects a debtor's credit when the short sale is reported on his credit report, lowering his score and remaining on record for up to seven years, states Realtor.com. Most lender's report the sale ... More »

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