Probably not if you are looking for a traditional mortgage that is offered by most lenders. The difference it would make in the overall cost to go with a nontraditional loan may be cheaper to pay off the defaulted loans. Besides, having something like this hanging over you could be a disaster. What would you do if the holder of the judgments decide to attach your wages or bank accounts? That type of financial bomb usually happens when one can least afford it. Good luck,
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