If I have a CCJ against me that has been satisfied does it still count as adverse credit?

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Answered by Paul Skinner, IFA in Odiham, HAMPSHIRE
Unfortunately yes. A CCJ will count against you even if it has been satisfied. Many lenders will still consider lending if the CCJ has been satisfied, and some will even lend if the CCJ is unsatisfied.

There are many other factors that different lenders will consider, so it is essential that you get independent mortgage advice. Please feel free to call PKS.

Regards

Paul Skinner
PKS - Mortgage & Insurance Experts
T: 0845 226 5009
http://pks.org.uk | 10.20.12 @ 06:31
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