Another easy way to get your own address history is to pull a credit report.
You’re entitled to one free credit report a year, which you can request through AnnualCreditReport.com.
If you can’t find your previous addresses there, search your name online and a site like AnyWho.com should be able to help.
How can I find my previous addresses for free?
Visit AnnualCreditReport.com or call the toll-free number at 1-877-322-8228 to request a copy of your report. The report will include most, if not all, of your addresses from the time your credit history began.
Does credit report show previous addresses?
You don’t have to worry about giving the credit bureaus your current address. As long as your creditors and lenders have your correct billing address—and they should, so that you can receive your billing statements—the credit bureau will eventually update your credit report to show your most recent address.
How do I get old addresses off my credit report?
You may also request that the address be removed from your credit report by disputing it with Experian. You can dispute by mail, telephone, or via the Internet. As long as the address is not associated with any of your accounts, Experian can remove it at your request.
What does residential history mean?
Provide full residential history for the past 10 years with no gaps. This information is used by regulators for a number of reasons, including completing background checks. The Residential address of an applicant at age 18 can be used for any period of time before that date to reach a 10 year residential history.