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Why Landlords Should Report Rent Payments to Credit Bureaus


Updated March 18, 2024

One of the most crucial elements towards building a good Landlord-Tenant relationship is the clear understanding of maintenance responsibilities.

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Guide to Free Rent Reporting for Housing Providers

In the dynamic landscape of property management, staying ahead often requires innovative strategies. One such avenue gaining momentum is Rent Reporting to Credit Bureaus. Not only does this practice benefit Tenants by helping them build credit, but it can also prove to be a lucrative venture for Landlords and Property Managers.

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Housing Provider Guide: Report Rent Payments to Credit Bureaus (LP)

Rent reporting to credit bureaus is one of the easiest ways for Landlords to reduce income loss and reward their responsible Tenants with good credit. Landlords can lower payment delinquencies by 36%, while Tenants have reported bumps of more than 40 points in their credit score in a matter of months.

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In the dynamic world of property rental, Housing Providers and Renters often operate with seemingly divergent interests. Housing Providers want reliable Renters who pay their rent on time and take care of their property, while Renters need a good credit score to secure quality housing and other financial benefits.

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