Mortgage Planning: Fixing Credit Report Errors 101


Blake Allison prides himself on having excellent credit, so in an effort to preserve his 800+ score, he enrolled in a credit monitoring service. For a monthly fee, he is alerted to changes in his credit report.
Through this service, Allison discovered an erroneous tax lien on his credit reports. The District of Columbia tax office reported unpaid property taxes. It took nearly one year to resolve the dispute and remove the lien

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