It depends on when the judgment of foreclosure is entered. If the judgment was filed before you filed the bankruptcy it will (and should be) on the credit report. If the judgment of foreclosure is filed after the dischrarge then it should not show up as a foreclosure on the credit report. I am very confidant of the law but credit reporting errors are common and the Court may report the information to the CRA's and if they do it is likely it will be on the report.
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It will likely show up on your credit report even if the foreclosure occurs after the debt was discharged. The lien still exists at the close of the bankruptcy, even if personal liability for the debt has been discharged. The foreclosure is an historical fact that can be reported.
I am confident about the answer because I have seen it reported that way in the wake of countless bankruptcies.
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I have also seen foreclosures on credit reports after bankruptcy. The reason is because a foreclosure is an enforcement of a lien on the real estate whereas the discharge acts to wipe out the personal liability on the promisorry note executed at the time the mortgage is taken. However, some reporting agencies will work with you to clarify issues on the report. I would be happy to dicuss this further. Please contact me.
Debra G. Simms