I’ve been in the business now for well over 15+ years and I consider myself a rather seasoned agent these days. During that time I’ve helped well over 400 people buy or sell a home in Myrtle Beach. I’ve run into many different issues and problems and feel that I normally do a good job handling those objections as they come up and able to figure out a resolution in a quick manner. Every once in a while though, something new comes along that is a new issue. This past week I experienced one of these things.
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However what we experienced was something completely opposite. While creditors are no longer reporting your medical bills to the credit reporting agencies and they may not show up on your credit report, they can still cause major issues with title work when purchasing a Myrtle Beach home. In this recent situation the buyer had outstanding medical bills from 2008 that had not be resolved here in South Carolina. She was a single mom that had gotten divorced, moved back to Wisconsin and had filed a bankruptcy there many years ago. Everything on her credit was discharged off in the bankruptcy and the buyer was off to starting a new life and rebuilding her credit score.