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My mortgage is paid off. Does this still need to be on credit report?

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As already said, leave it on there!! Always leave accounts closed in good standing on your reports, they are very and I mean very benificial.

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It's part of your credit history and will remain for at least 7 years or, if the payment record is good, even longer and this is very good.

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My Paid off mortgage isn't showing

I paid off my 15 year mortgage that was refinanced so it was really a 23 year mortgage in April.  It has totally disapeared off of my credit report?? That is an important thing showing length of my credit.  Can I disput this on credit Karma or do I have to go to each of them and get it put on as paid in full with no late payments?

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