Tenant Screenings for Landlords
There are two significant characteristics that an experienced landlord looks for in perspective tenants. These traits include ability to pay rent on time and ability to care for the property. We follow the steps below to find you the best tenant who complies with both these important good renter traits.
What is Tenant Screening?
The tenant screening is an important part of a risk-based approach to property management. This is the process of looking into someone’s background and history prior to initiating a rental transaction, such as signing a lease agreement. The screening process identifies potential “red flags” and can enhance your customer service. We complete formal and extensive searches, and pride ourselves on helping find the right tenant for you!
A Risk-Based Approach to Rental Applicant Screening
Risk-based management is a method to control exposure to potential hazards. As part of our strategy, careful tenant screening helps ensure that we exceed compliance obligations. A well organized system, using data-driven resources, allows us to approve legitimate applications faster, reduce the potential for bad debt or unpaid 4rent.
Personal, Professional, and Landlord References for Tenant Screening
The final crucial step in screening a tenant is to verify the information the have submitted on their lease application. Our lease applications are easy for you to access, and easy for the both tenant and landlords to use. We also conduct criminal background checks, landlord references, previous addresses, bankruptcy checks, anything you could think of!
What makes a great tenant?
There are two significant characteristics that an experienced landlord looks for in perspective tenants. These traits include ability to pay rent on time and ability to care for the property. Good tenants pay their rent on time, or they promptly alert their landlord and resolve when they can’t (for any legitimate reason). Poor renters also defer their rent fees or do not pay the entire amount. Rent which is never completely paid off before the end, they always slug behind and have total disregard for the rules. In essence, it is also about communication. Some people wish to withhold information or delay communicating with their landlord. Others are amicable and approachable with rental affairs.