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I need advise on closed loan account on my credit

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It is part of your credit history and will show for 7 years, or for ten if the payment record is realy good, and that is to your benefit. 

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My credit dropped almost 90 points when apartment management company stopped reporting to credit bureaus. I was not aware this would happen since it really isn't a loan. It's not my fault they have switched management companies and decided not to continue with the rent plus program. I thought it would be a good thing for my credit since I thought I'd be ready to purchase a home in 5 months but since my credit dropped I'm not so sure now?!???

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Does anyone know if this will go against my credit or if my credit score should go back up soon since it wasn't really a loan and I have a good credit history as far as paying all debt and keeping my secured credit card under 8%. I am so upset! MY husband and I were planning on getting into a new home by June but I don't know the negative outcome this might have on our plans. :-(

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