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Where can I find my rental history?
I know I saw my rental history in a copy of a credit report last year, and am wondering if there's a way to view that information on the Credit Karma website.

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Typically rental history is not included in any credit reports unless the rental payments were reported to the credit bureaus and the majority are not. Usually the only time a rental account is reported to the credit bureaus is if you do not pay your rent and it goes to collections.

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I think Positive Rental History should be reported too - It might help us.

I applied for Senior Housing under HUD and was denied because most of my credit history is Medical and was refused an apt.

But I have perfect rental history for the past 15-20 years and no evictions and was never late on my rent.  I pay it first !!

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