Why order Tenant Screening?
Landlords, property managers and real estate agents face liabilities every day from tenants who occupy their property. Every landlord needs tenants who are reliable, trustworthy and pay on time. Research Services quickly provides information so landlords can make informed decisions about prospective tenants. Protect yourself and your property with tenant screening from Research Services.
Common Searches for Tenants may Include:
Credit reports can make a significant difference in placing tenants on your property. The report will show you all of the open credit accounts a possible renter has, the amount they pay monthly and a history of late payments. By using this search, you can assess if a renter has the means to pay you every month.
The tenant screening search includes court-ordered possessions, eviction history, monetary judgments, property damage claims, nonpayment of rent, vacate for waste and nuisance, and many more. It verifies the state the Social Security number was issued in and if it’s valid. Other types of information found are civil judgment releases, small claims judgment release, forcible entry/detainer, civil dismissal, vacated judgment and new civil filings.