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Provide your own credit report for an apartment rental?

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Re: Provide your own credit report for an apartment rental?

When I moved into my current apartment in December 2013, the lessor did a credit check. I don't remember whether it was HP or SP, but it's long since aged off whichever CRA they pulled if it was a HP (credit card inquiries only stay on the record for two years). Also, most apartment lessors use Vantage Score so I'm not sure those would even show up on the FICO reports.

Ch 7 BK discharged 12/14, well along in rebuilding credit. FICO 2/15/18:TU 662/EX 697/EQ 688 FICO 8 (Aug 2017) or 680 FICO 9 (Penfed Sep 2017), VS 3.0 2/15/18: TU 698/EX 687/EQ 691. $49,751 revolving credit as of 1/12/18; $951 Cap One secured Platinum MC, $3500 Amazon Prime Store Card, $3500 Walmart Store Card, $3500 Cap One Quicksilver MC, $4000 Care Credit, $4500 Discover It, $5800 Overstock Store Card, $7000 Apple FCU Platinum Visa, $7000 Penfed Power Cash Rewards Visa, $10K Cap One QS Rewards Visa Signature, $10k PenFed used car loan, $5k Navient student loan. Resetting the garden clock from 1/11/18...
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Re: Provide your own credit report for an apartment rental?


joe8185 wrote:

Also, most apartment lessors use Vantage Score so I'm not sure those would even show up on the FICO reports.


Scoring models are separate from credit reports. The reports contain information, but they dont' generate scores. Scoring is done based on the reports. Hard pulls will be considered by both FICO and VantageScore.

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Re: Provide your own credit report for an apartment rental?

In our market the renal agencies pull credit BUT really care about bk, foreclosure and eviction. They pull from several industry specific reports for eviction as these do not show up on a regular credit report here.     

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Re: Provide your own credit report for an apartment rental?

I submitted an application for a house rental today. I later received an alert that said there was a new inquiry on my TU report. 

Cap 1 - $23,000 / Lowe’s - $17,000 / Barclay Rewards - $15,000 / Capital 1 - $15,000 / Walmart - $15,000
Cap 1 - $12,000 / PenFed - $10,000 / JC Penney - $10,000 / Discover IT - $6000 / Barclay Apple Rewards - $5400
Merrick - $2500

EQ - 744 / TU - 732 / EX - 740
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