Reasons Why You Should Join CredHub

The following videos are designed to give you the information you need to fully assess this revolutionary new service.  

Introducing the Credhub Service
5 Minutes

How the Credhub System Works
10 Minutes

The Following Videos Should Convince You to Join CredHub

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  • Online Selection List

    The online selection list is how we build your customized Resident Rewards Package. We identify design, decipher included rewards, and customize selections. The only element that cannot be altered is the copyright by Monica Gilroy, Gilroy Firm at the bottom of the template.


    Please review Resident Rewards Guide before answering the questions below. The guide provides a thorough explanation of reward options and will help enlighten options.
  • If no, a link to the Resident Rewards Guide can be found HERE
  • (Not necessary. Please consult Resident Rewards Guide for reasons why not to include.)
    ($75 per design)
  • In the Resident Rewards Guide, we divided benefits into four categories. Below we have set out the sample rewards in the same manner. There is a full explanation of each of the outlined rewards in the Resident Rewards Guide (live link).
    Some rewards have * notations indicating one of two things:
    (1) There are limits or restrictions on rewards (ask for more information)
    (2) There may be an outside third party underwriting the benefit and the resident holds the property management company harmless for their failure to perform.
    These caveat notations help minimize liability risk for the property management company and are very important to include.

Testimonies from Eric Bessett RMP, MPM, Matt Manaker and Pamela Green, users of the Credhub system.


Testimonial from Tino Peabody, user of the Credhub system.

The truth about credit reporting

Attorney Monica Gilroy praises Credhub for their revolutionary new service

FAQ of the Credhub System

A: No. Most of the service providers we deal with are NOT handling tenant's personal information (like social security numbers and dates of birth) so set-up is easy. If you're managing renters insurance or furnace filters, the tenant's personal data is not being transmitted over multiple digital platforms. When you're dealing with names, dates of birth, social security numbers and amounts unpaid, the credit bureaus (and data collection companies) are VERY SENSITIVE about who is using this program and are they really managing the property. You'll be asked to prove you're in the management business (or own the property if you're a private landlord), have the proper insurances in place, have a real estate license (when required by the state) have an actual management agreement (just one, not one for each managed property) (or lease if you're a private landlord), have a business license (if one is required) and so on. The bar for security of the data is set very high by the credit bureaus so the appropriate level of scrutiny with managers participating in this program is necessary. You'll have to demonstrate you are legitimate.