CreditRentBoost.com, a division of 950 Credit, Inc., works directly with tenants and landlords in the Mesa, Arizona area to record monthly rent payments to TransUnion and Equifax in order to improve credit ratings! Due to reporting restrictions and a thorough vetting process for the reporter, most property management companies and landlords are unable to provide this service. With our rent reporting services and free rental history checks for all names on the lease agreement, we’re here to make this procedure easier and possible. As a result, roommates and spouses in Mesa, Arizona might get credit for their payments and improve their credit score quickly. We can also build credit for your rental payments over the previous two years and report the last 24 months.
Mesa is part of the Phoenix metro area, which means you can be in Mesa and easily enjoy a Diamondbacks or Suns game, golf your way thru a fancy Paradise Valley golf course or shop your heart out at Scottsdale Fashion Square. However, that’s not to say that Mesa doesn’t have plenty to offer all on its own. Speaking of baseball, you can find the Oakland A’s and Chicago Cubs doing their spring training season in this city. When it comes to nature, you can explore the desert, for example at Usery Mountain Regional Park, take a cruise ride around Saguaro Lake, or maybe some paddle boarding in the Salt River? You got your pick of outdoor activities here. As for cultural offerings, there’s the Mesa Arts Center, the children’s i.d.e.a. museum, the Arizona Museum of National History and the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Musem. For fun and shopping, you can find 1,600 shops at the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, where you can also grab some food and catch live entertainment in their food court. The cost of living in Mesa is still relatively low compared to the average national, and though the real estate market has been behaving like most real estate markets across the country with high demand and low inventory driving prices up, Mesa is still a great place to live. Of course, buying a house no matter what the market is like requires a credit score in good standing, in fact the higher, the better. If you’re a renter, reporting your rent payments to the credit bureaus is a good way to do that. While you can’t do that on your own because bureaus don’t allow it, you can come to us at Credit Rent Boost and let us do it for you. Go to our website to find out how you can sign up today!