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Landlord Credit Bureau Helps Landlords and Tenants Prosper
Founded in 2012, Landlord Credit Bureau’s mission is to improve the businesses and lives of landlords, property managers and responsible tenants. Having been both Tenants and Landlords, the founders knew the dynamic between the two needed to improve. Today, Landlord Credit Bureau is focused on providing landlords with the transparency they need while helping responsible tenants prosper.
Landlord Credit Bureau is a consumer reporting agency, most commonly known as a bureau. Landlord Credit Bureau enables the sale of rental history records and accepts rent payment information.
Landlord Credit Bureau empowers landlords to motivate and reward responsible tenant behaviour. Tenants are able to build a positive Tenant Record with LCB to help get priority with future housing applications. The signature Tenant Database helps responsible tenants stand out. Less desirable behaviour such as late payments, debts owed, or property damages can now be reported to ensure accountability.
Report Rent Payments to Landlord Credit Bureau
LCB accepts rental history data and enables access to such information through FrontLobby
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Ask an Expert: making financial new year’s resolutionsIt’s the new year, and a time for people to make financial resolutions, especially following the hardships of 2020.
Zac Killam, Landlord Credit Bureau CEO, shares tips on how tenants and landlords can work together to build a brighter financial future.
Rent can now count towards your credit score - for better or worseWhen Zac Killam was a renter years ago, he found it strange that all his rent payments counted for nothing on his credit score.
Today, Killam is doing something about it. As CEO of the for-profit Landlord Credit Bureau (LCB), he inked a deal with credit rating agency Equifax that will allow tenants to have their rent payments count towards their credit score.
Renters Finally Catch A Break, Can Now Use Rent Payments To Build CreditUntil now, credit scores have only acted as a roadblock in the renting process — a test would-be tenants have to pass in order to convince landlords they’re trustworthy.
But a new initiative from the Toronto-based Landlord Credit Bureau (LCB) is promising to make renting an essential part of building up your credit score.