On-time rent payments aren’t generally included in your credit report (your landlord has the option, but most don’t report them). However, if you don’t to pay your rent on time (or at all), your landlord might report it to a credit reporting agency and it would appear on your credit report.Read More
Yes, most landlords will want to check your credit to help them decide whether to rent to you. Read More
No, an eviction notice by itself won’t show up on your credit report.
There are a couple of other ways that evidence of an eviction could still show up on you credit report, for example, if youRead More
They shouldn’t, but definitions of expungement vary from state to state. The records might not completely disappear and might still be available to law enforcement. Read More
In California, criminal histories (rap sheets) compiled by law enforcement agencies are not public record. Only certain employers such as public utilities, law enforcement, security guard firms and child care facilities have access to this information.Read More