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I have to agree with Christine. Make sure you check BOTH. You never know when some error could have been made or a Social Security number messed up where someone elses account gets reported on yours or your spouses credit report. Chances are there is nothing to fear.. but a little investment now of getting those reports can really save alot of time and aggirvation down the road... Not to mention potentially a much nicer house if time were an problem getting the error resolved and you had a set time to get financing ouce you entered into contract on the house.

Good luck House Hunting!
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