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Printer-Friendly Credit Report
I'm looking to rent an apartment and I wanted to come prepared and have printable credit reports to give to the landlords at the viewings (being a step ahead will look good, right?). How do I obtain a printer-friendly credit report? Thank you in advance!

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all 3 CRA's will let you print a copy

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you can get a free copy of your report at annualcreditreport.com,  you will have to print it out and have copies available since you will only be able to access it once.

be aware though that a possible landloard may still want to pull his own copy of your report. they may assume that you might have altered it in some way and are trying to avoid having them pull it. 

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Full Credit Report (Beta)

Maybe this feature wasn't available at the time of the question, but you can go to the list menu on your homepage and simply click "Full Credit Report Beta". Once it loads, the option to print your report will be on the right hand side labeled in blue. 

Simply and easy! :)

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