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All judgements deleted, Score dropped 72 points
so i just finished my last dispute with transunion i now have absolutely no negatives on my report, score went from 624 to 552 as soon as my last dispute got deleted.... is this a mess up? is this going to go up fast? im hoping to buy a house in 2 months and the 620-640 range is what i was needing.

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Do some reading about credit. Mortgage companies don't use the scores found here, they usually use a mortgage version of FICO. Scores dropping for negatives removed does not make any sense, so I would not trust a score system that does that. Watch your FICOs and do a lot of reading on credit.

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How old were judgment accounts

It is possible that the accounts with judgements were your oldest on credit history.   So your credit age looks vert young now.   Like starting over. 

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