It’s that time again, rent renewal time. We all know what typically happens next, your landlord tells you rates are going up and you have a short window of time to either pay it, or find another place to live. But did you know, can you negotiate with your landlord to keep your rent from—Read More
Terry Sacia: “By having my rental payment history reported to the credit bureaus, I gained a much needed new tradeline to my report” This is part of a series of posts that share the personal stories of some RentReporters customers that have benefited from our service. If you’d like to share your story — and—Read More
While the economic uncertainty caused by the pandemic has taken a toll on people and families across the country, we are beginning to turn the corner. More and more people are getting vaccinated, businesses are re-opening, and the number of new cases continues to decline. We may find ourselves getting somewhat back to normal soon.
If you’ve laid out some financial goals for the year, having a plan to build better credit is a good first step to take. Good credit means you can borrow money at a lower interest rate, qualify for lower interest rate credit cards, and also save money on utilities, mobile phone service, and insurance. Below—Read More