To add I learned yesterday through public records that the management company in California receive a judgement 3 days ago to evict me and enter the property. This is the same property I moved out of on September 13th , my lease ended September 31st and I had the utilities cut off on Septembet 29th and move to my new address. I informed them I was moving out when I dropped off my last payment. Is it normal for them to file a eviction to enter and why? And will that effect my credit score?
No, same landlord Fannie Mae , represented by a management company in Califorina that has offices throughout the U.S. . But why would they need to evict if I have informed them that I am already moved out and had taped the keys to the back door with permission for them to enter. Now I am afraid this may effect my credit or my ability to purchase a home in the furture
No , I dont live there anymore.
I just got off the line with General Sessions Court Clerk, she stated that they got a eviction judgement to enter the property, with no monetary amount. But I thought and judgement is not good on your credit. But I thought they should have informed me to come to court.
No, I just informed them when I paid my last payment. And they sent me a notice 15 to 30 days before my lease end to vacant the property.
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