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Mortgagee

A mortgagee is a technical term for a lender that gives a borrower (also know as a Mortgagor) a mortgage in order to fund a property purchase.

A mortgagee will usually secure a legal interest in the property, allowing it to seize it in the event that the borrower defaults on their loan.

Will a mortgagee show on my Credit Report?

Any mortgage in your name – either as an individual or joint account – will show on your Credit Report and the mortgagee (lender) will be listed by name. The way you have managed your mortgage will also be reported, with any late payments likely to have a detrimental impact on your creditworthiness.

How can I see my mortgagee accounts?

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