Make sure you are signed up for rent reporting so you are getting credit for paying rent through RentTrack.
RentTrack displays VantageScore v3 score, which considers rental information in its algorithm. Not all credit scores (including FICO scores before FICO '09) consider rental information and therefore may not factor in rent payments appropriately. In addition, there can be many changes month over month in all the factors that make up your credit score (read more about What Impacts Your Credit), so it is difficult to predict how one factor might impact it alone.
It may be helpful to fetch your latest credit report from http://www.annualcreditreport.com and see what might be affecting your credit. RentTrack is not a credit counselor, and therefore cannot advise you on what might be affecting your credit.
While there are multiple factors that influence credit scores, the continued reporting of on-time rental payments can be beneficial according to the latest studies by major credit bureaus:
- Rent Reporting Can Yield Benefits In Just One Month Says Transunion
- Rent Reporting Of Rental Payment Data To Credit Files Can Help Financially Excluded Consumers Gain Access To Traditional Financial Services Says Experian