Paying Your Rent On Time?

Build your credit history by being rewarded for something you are already doing – paying your rent every month.

What is Your Score....
 But More Importantly What Should It Be?

Poor or no credit scores

If you’re one of the 40 million renters in the US who don’t have a credit score or have a score under 550, every time you apply for credit, you probably get rejected. If you’re paying rent and other bills on time every month, you should have reasonable access to credit.

Fair and good credit scores

If your credit score is in this range, you have some access to mainstream credit, but you can’t qualify for the best interest rates and terms. If you are under 620 – 640, being approved for any kind of home mortgage or something other than sub-prime rates is difficult.

Excellent credit scores

If you have excellent credit, an even higher score could give you the benefits of lower interest rates and more favorable terms. If you are like many responsible consumers and have reduced your debt, your credit score might actually have decreased. It’s important to change that.

To Sum It Up….

Even if you have done everything right by paying your bills on time you likely have a lower credit score than you deserve, simply because your rent has not been reported. Having a lower credit score than you deserve limits your opportunities and costs you money. Let us help you change that.

Trust Us on Your Journey to Better Credit

A Credit Score That Reflects Your Good Rent History

Improve your credit score based on what you’re already doing - paying your rent on time.

Access to Credit Resources

Read our weekly blog posts for tips to keep your score going up.

Responsive Credit Specialists

Our credit specialists are available by phone or chat to answer any questions you have and to keep you up to date on the status of your reporting.

Affordable Pricing With a Satisfaction Guarantee*

For $99.95 we report up to two years of rent history. Continue to report your monthly rent for just $9.95 a month.