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Renting an apartment has so many positive benefits. The only drawback is if you’re not able to increase your credit while enjoying the many other rental perks. So contact your leasing agent or property manager today to learn more about how you can start reporting your rental payments to credit bureaus today.
A landlord can learn a lot about a potential tenant just by reading the credit report. A glance at your credit report can tell a landlord if you’ve made any late payments on accounts, been evicted, have any criminal convictions, lawsuits, and if you’re financially stable to be a good tenant.
A credit score lets creditors know if you are good at handling money. But there are a lot of things that a credit score doesn’t tell your creditors about how you handle money.
If you don’t plan on borrowing money, why do you need a credit score? Well, a credit score impacts more things than you know. Here are just a few ways you might be inconvenienced if you don’t have a credit score:
With about one-third of your income going towards rental payments, it’s time to start a budget.
From hassle-free maintenance to financial benefits, apartment complexes can offer renters a plethora of perks.
With more than 2,600 people entering the rental market every day, rental myths are getting debunked left and right.
Renting an apartment should be a positive experience. That’s why it’s just as important to look at who you’re renting from as well as where you’re renting.
Is it better to rent or to buy? Yes, this is the age-old question in real estate. Everywhere you go, you’ll find a different opinion about which choice is better. Depending on who you ask, you might be throwing your money away by renting or spending unnecessary funds on a bad housing investment.
Have you ever applied for a credit card or loan? If so, the lender most likely pulled up your credit score to determine which type of loan or credit card you’d qualify for. If you had bad credit or little to no credit at all, your request may have been denied.
The idea of RentPlus was born in answer to a question. The question? Well, it is likely a question that the majority of people who have paid rent have asked or at least thought about; "Why can't the rent I am paying each month, my largest expense, do something more for me than simply give me another month with a roof over my head?"