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HOW DO I GET MY HOUSE AND LAND, WHICH I OWN OUTRIGHT AND HAVE THE DEEDS FOR PUT ON MY CREDIT REPORT

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They are assets, which have nothing to do with your credit.  Please read the articles on this site so you can better understand what is involved with credit.

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The credit report only reflect where you owe money. Since you don't owe anyone for your house and land it doesn't show on your credit report.

To change that you can open a Home Equity line of Credit  (HELOC) against your property. If you don't use it, you will still not owe anything. Generally applying and getting a HELOC does not have any cost to you. Make sure to ask your financial institution about details. The usual requiremnt is to have it open for a specific number of years, even without using it.

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