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Build a better credit score with Progress Residential®!

Progress Residential®, one of the largest providers of single-family rental homes in the United States, is working with Experian® to report positive rental data. In doing so, residents will be able to build a stronger credit score just by paying on time*.

Only positive rental payment history will be reported to Experian® RentBureau. If available, the 25 most recent months of rental payment history information will be displayed. Copies of these credit reports may be obtained from Experian.

For a full list of FAQs, please click here. To read tips on how to improve your credit score, click here.

*Positive rental payments do not guarantee an improve credit score.

17 thoughts on “Build a better credit score with Progress Residential®!”

  1. This is something that should have been in place many years ago. The housing market has always favored the owner over the lessee. We all experience unexpected and even sometimes expected challenges in life. But we also want to be thought of in the recovery process like everyone else.

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  2. We have rented 1 year and just signed our 2nd lease for another year. Will last years payment history be reported as well? I am in love with this idea!

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  3. I agree this is something that should have been in place, especially if you’re forking out money every month. I think if you ever rented from Progress Residential then it should be reported effective from when you first signed a lease with Progress Residential to current. That way you get credit from Experian. It’s only right and everyone benefits. I can’t speak for everyone, but I can say I would like our history from the time we first signed a lease with Progress Residential to current to be reported.

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  4. I agree with my wife, this is something that should have been in place, especially if you’re dishing out money every month. I think if you ever rented from Progress Residential then it should be reported effective from when you first signed a lease with Progress Residential to current. That way you get credit from Experian. It’s only right and everyone benefits. I can say I would like our history from the time we first signed a lease with Progress Residential to current to be reported and reflecting on our Credit Report.

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