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After you sign up, we’ll verify your rent payments with your landlord and report up to 24 months of past payments to the credit bureaus. Then, you can continue to build your credit by reporting each month for just $9.95. Start building your credit today »

Money Back GuaranteeWe are so confident that you’ll be delighted with the initial increase in score, that if you’re not, we will immediately issue a refund. No questions asked.

Don’t take our word for it. Meet our customers!

Leonardo

I was introduced to RentReporters.com by CreditKarma on February this year. Back then it was my first month after being transferred to the USA. I know how credit score and credit history are a complex thing here and there was no way I could live on paying foreign credit card currency exchange rates and taxes.

I could also have applied for a secured credit card, but why put $100 on a secured card if I can pay a few dollars/month to get my rent reported?

With RentReporters I got a bump up on my credit score (up ~11 Transunion and ~3 on Equifax) and one addition to my total accounts number. Now I got a non secured credit card, a good credit and can’t even keep track of how many credit card offers I get in my mailbox every month.

RentReporters even offered me the opportunity to report all my rental payments from the beginning of my contract, which would have also bumped up the age of credit history factor – just didn’t do it because my contract was recent, but that’s awesome for whoever is building credit. And I just can’t wait till you guys are able to report my old lease contracts!

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California, March 2016

Leonardo

I was introduced to RentReporters.com by CreditKarma on February this year. Back then it was my first month after being transferred to the USA. I know how credit score and credit history are a complex thing here and there was no way I could live on paying foreign credit card currency exchange rates and taxes.

I could also have applied for a secured credit card, but why put $100 on a secured card if I can pay a few dollars/month to get my rent reported?

With RentReporters I got a bump up on my credit score (up ~11 Transunion and ~3 on Equifax) and one addition to my total accounts number. Now I got a non secured credit card, a good credit and can’t even keep track of how many credit card offers I get in my mailbox every month.

RentReporters even offered me the opportunity to report all my rental payments from the beginning of my contract, which would have also bumped up the age of credit history factor – just didn’t do it because my contract was recent, but that’s awesome for whoever is building credit. And I just can’t wait till you guys are able to report my old lease contracts!

California, March 2016

Mike

Several months ago my wife and I found out our credit score was in the low 600’s. We were told in December of 2015 that with the current score we would not qualify for a home loan. At this time we started to do everything in our power to raise our credit score. We paid down credit cards, checked our credit report and even became authorized users on each other’s credit cards. We stumbled across Rent Reporters in February and immediately signed up.

Our lease payment was $1700 and was not being reported as positive credit. Once we signed up just a few days later I saw the rent we were paying show up on our credit report. Rent reporters also reported the rent for the amount of time we had been living in that address which was about 18 months. We immediately saw an improvement in our credit. Another area it helped us was with our underwriter. The underwriter who ultimately approved our loan was able to see from our credit report that we had been on time with our payments to our landlord. In June of this year we were able to close on our home. Rent reporters was a big factor in raising our credit score to 691 that helped us qualify with multiple banks. I would recommend Rent reporters to anyone looking to raise credit score.

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Florida, February 2016

Mike

Several months ago my wife and I found out our credit score was in the low 600’s. We were told in December of 2015 that with the current score we would not qualify for a home loan. At this time we started to do everything in our power to raise our credit score. We paid down credit cards, checked our credit report and even became authorized users on each other’s credit cards. We stumbled across Rent Reporters in February and immediately signed up.

Our lease payment was $1700 and was not being reported as positive credit. Once we signed up just a few days later I saw the rent we were paying show up on our credit report. Rent reporters also reported the rent for the amount of time we had been living in that address which was about 18 months. We immediately saw an improvement in our credit. Another area it helped us was with our underwriter. The underwriter who ultimately approved our loan was able to see from our credit report that we had been on time with our payments to our landlord. In June of this year we were able to close on our home. Rent reporters was a big factor in raising our credit score to 691 that helped us qualify with multiple banks. I would recommend Rent reporters to anyone looking to raise credit score.

Florida, February 2016

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Frequently Asked Questions

Once your rental verification and landlord validation are complete, it generally takes about 5 business days for your credit report to be updated. Once your verification is complete, your rent history will appear on your credit report under the tradeline “RentReporters/Residence”.

Unfortunately the scoring models used by the bureaus are not published and therefore, we are unable to predict the affect on your score. However, we do expect that reporting a positive rent history will increase your credit score. It is not unusual for a score to increase by 50 points. Read what our customers are saying.

RentReporters is so confident that adding your on-time rent payments to your credit report will have such a significant impact, that if you’re not delighted with the initial increase in score, we will issue a refund. A refund request must be submitted to us within 48 hours from the time we notify you that your rental history has been added to your credit report. Please note that when a refund is processed, we’ll simultaneously be REMOVING your rental history from your credit report, which will also adjust your credit score back to where it would have been had the rent not been reported.

Nearly all the landlords and property managers we have worked with are happy to assist with the validation process. However unfortunately, if you landlord is unwilling to cooperate we are unable to report your rent history to the credit bureaus.