Do multiple former residential addresses affect your credit score?
From a stability point of view this can look bad but wll not affect your credit score. I recommend if you get a mail Box etc address if you live in the same city and move a lot. This will be your consist address until you have a more stable resident.
Addresses are kept on credit reports as a record of residence. These are not your primary address, and can not be removed. If it is incorrect or has never been your address, then you can have it removed by contacting the credit reporting agency. So, if you have in fact lived at one of the addresses, it is on your credit report to stay.
Yes, addresses come up on a credit report. Generally, the most recent four addresses are represented on a credit report - the current address and the three prior addresses. Not all credit reports are up to date, however, so there may be less recent addresses in the credit report and it is up to the individual to update the credit reporting agencies. IN the United States there are three (3) credit reporting agencies and every…
If a consumer does multiple inquiries into their credit file, your score will drop, especially if your inquires are from credit card companies. The theory is: a consumer may not have enough money and needs more credit to sustain his/here lifestyle which bring in more debt, thus applying for more credit.
When you ask a possible creditor to inquire about your credit, it may affect your credit. This is because it implies that you're possibly opening a new line of credit. But you have the right to look at your credit report without affecting your credit. When you request your credit report it's called a "consumer pull" and has no affect on your credit.