Rental Exchange - Credit Rating
By paying priority bills on time we can ensure that our credit rating is improved or kept to a high level. This includes bills such as electricity, gas, water, mobile phones and mortgage payments (this list is not exhaustive)
People who rent their home do not have the same advantage of those who pay a mortgage, as normally, paying your rent on time does not help your credit rating.
It is possible to put things in place which would ensure that paying your rent on time can affect your credit rating. Below are external links to companies who you can use to ensure that your credit rating is affected by paying your rent:
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