Rent Reporting to Credit Bureaus

Which credit bureaus do you report to?

We currently report to:
      

Experian
Based on prior discussions with Experian they do not currently allow "offline" payments, which are payments we do not electronically process, to be reported through RentBureau.  If Experian does allow the payments to be reported in the future we will work as quickly as possible to include them as a partner credit bureau.  


 
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