an official report of your financial history. It will include any judgments against you. It is produced by Experian, Equifax, and Transunion.
A judgment allows the landlord to evict you if you do not to pay on time in a nonpayment case (or fail to move out on time in a holdover case). A…Read More
Unpaid money judgments can appear on your credit report for seven years. They can be collected for up to 20 years. This means that the landlord can garnish your salary or seize…Read More
No. Credit reports and tenant screening reports have different information. Your credit report is issued by Transunion, Equifax, and Experian. It is a record of how you have borrowed and repaid credit,…Read More
If you are denied an apartment, ask why. If the landlord denied you because of information from a credit report or a tenant screening report, he or she is required to tell…Read More