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Raul

My wife and I were looking to buy a home for our family. We have four children, and for me, I wanted to settle in what was “our” home to provide everyone with a sense of security and stability. Sometimes, that can be hard to do when you’re renting, especially with young children. Within a week of signing up with RentReporters, the reporting of my rental payments showed in my credit report. I saw that my score jumped by up to 20 points. In four months, my credit score went from 610 to 695!

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Raul

My wife and I were looking to buy a home for our family. We have four children, and for me, I wanted to settle in what was “our” home to provide everyone with a sense of security and stability. Sometimes, that can be hard to do when you’re renting, especially with young children. Within a week of signing up with RentReporters, the reporting of my rental payments showed in my credit report. I saw that my score jumped by up to 20 points. In four months, my credit score went from 610 to 695!

Angela

I found myself unemployed, and as a result, I fell behind on my mortgage payments. I tried different loan modifications to keep my home, but that only made my situation worse, as my credit score plummeted due to all the hard credit inquiries. When it was all said and done, my credit score went down to 485!

I decided to do some additional research, and in the process, read about RentReporters while looking online. Before that, I didn’t know that my rent payments could be reported to increase my credit score. Even my real estate agent didn’t know about reporting rent payments.

I signed up in August 2016, and my score went up in about a month. Today, my score is now in the high 600s!

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January 2017

Angela

I found myself unemployed, and as a result, I fell behind on my mortgage payments. I tried different loan modifications to keep my home, but that only made my situation worse, as my credit score plummeted due to all the hard credit inquiries. When it was all said and done, my credit score went down to 485!

I decided to do some additional research, and in the process, read about RentReporters while looking online. Before that, I didn’t know that my rent payments could be reported to increase my credit score. Even my real estate agent didn’t know about reporting rent payments.

I signed up in August 2016, and my score went up in about a month. Today, my score is now in the high 600s!

January 2017

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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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!