Does an eviction show up on credit report?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Does an eviction show up on credit report? Ok so heres the deal. I lived at an apartment and got evicted (asked to leave) for violating a 3 strike rule. I paid all my rent on time beforehand I left within the date and didn't try to fight it or anything. I have since (1 year later) ran my credit report and saw no collections or...
by Britni - a day ago
I got evicted and taken to court.
by Randall - a day ago
You should be o.k It would only show on your credit if the landlord filed eviction with the judicial court system, but if you advise the new landlord what happened with your previous landlord, it may have a great influence on their decision.
by teddybearparts - a day ago
Asked to leave is not an eviction, it should not show up.
by csucdartgirl - a day ago
An eviction of that nature is ulikely to show up on your credit file. The average landlord is not a subscriber to a credit reporting agency. Only a subscriber can add information to a credit file. If the landlord sent upaid rent to collections, then that might show up. If you were evicted for noise or whatever, then a credit reporting agency would not consider that their business at all.
by michinoku2001 - a day ago
an eviction will not show up unless you were taken to court.The only way they will find out about the past is if they ask for contact information to contact previous landlords.
by rayray - a day ago
A friend of mine was honest on his rental application for a very similar situation. He was technically never evicted officially, as his name wasn't on the lease etc. He chose to be honest and put he was evicted on his application, they turned him down on the spot, it was their policy. Now, the next place he looked, he left it off, and he was accepted. Unless you are buying a house, renters gotta do what they can to survive brother, and I don't think it shows up on your credit, but I wouldn't list that landlord as a reference. Here is the key, lying on a rental application is only punishable by one thing, they say no, so, sc R ew them, right?
by Wolfgang92 - a day ago
I think you should be ok as the landlord did not report the eviction to the credit bureaus. Good luck.
by Akbar B - a day ago
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