Esusu raises Series B at a $1B valuation to accelerate vision to bridge the racial wealth gap. Read on!

7 Things that can hurt your credit score

Your credit score is essential. A high credit score may indicate that you’re a low-risk borrower who can get a loan at a good interest rate. A low credit score can mean you won’t be approved for a loan, or that you’ll have to pay a high-interest rate. The thing is, if you’re like most

Housing and Economic Insights Report – May 2022

Graduation season is here and many seniors are shifting their focus toward life after college. While new jobs and big moves might be top of mind for new grads, their credit scores are deeply connected to this next phase of life and one of the most important things to think about even before getting their

Housing and Economic Insights Report – April 2022

Every year the U.S. recognizes April as Financial Literacy Month. It’s an opportunity to take stock of financial knowledge and habits in order to improve one’s finances.  At Esusu, we recognize that financial literacy (the ability to comprehend and use financial skills such as budgeting and investing) in the United States is low and access

Esusu and Progress Residential partner to bring rent reporting to single-family rental housing

Since launching in 2018, Esusu has been at the forefront of helping renters boost their credit scores by reporting on-time rent payments to the major credit bureaus. We started with a focus on reaching those renting in multifamily buildings, as well as those in student and senior housing. We have incredible partnerships with multifamily property