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Landlords – Don’t be that GUY!

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Seattle landlord wonders why he can’t choose the ‘nice and clean’ renters

Landlords Check Your Prosepective Tenants

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 Tenant Credit Check $19.95: Decision credit report, or with an on-site inspection full consumer credit check.

 Landlord Preferred $29.95: Social Security Verification, Eviction Report, Previous Name and Address Verification, Birth Date, Employment History and Verification*, Public Records and Civil Judgments, Liens, Bankruptcy, Foreclosures, Consumer trades, Previous Rental History, Previous and Current Credit Information, Previous Inquiries, FICO/Beacon Score dependent on On-Site Inspection

 Landlord Comprehensive $39.95: Criminal Record Search, Sex Offender Search, Social Security Verification, Eviction Report, Previous Name and Address Verification, Birth Date, Employment History and Verification*, Public Records and Civil Judgments, Liens, Bankruptcy, Foreclosures, Consumer trades, Previous Rental History, Previous and Current Credit Information, Previous Inquiries, FICO/Beacon Score dependent on On-Site Inspection

 Landlord Complete $60.00: Criminal Record Search, Sex Offender Search, Police Record Search, Separate Bankruptcy Search, Second Criminal Record Database search, Social Security Verification, Eviction Report, Previous Name and Address Verification, Birth Date, Employment History and Verification*, Public Records and Civil Judgments, Liens, Bankruptcy, Foreclosures, Consumer trades,Previous Rental History, Previous and Current Credit Information, Previous Inquiries, FICO/Beacon Score dependent on On-Site Inspection

 Comprehensive Background Bureau $22.50: Criminal Record Search, Sex Offender Search, Social Security Verification, Eviction Report, Previous Name and Address Verification, Birth Date, Public Records, Bankruptcy

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Landlords Collect Applications and Screen Tenants

The best way to deal with bad tenants is to make sure they never move in! Try to accept the most-qualified applicant who is also the best fit for your property, but be careful not to discriminate.

  • Collect information via professional rental applications
  • Ensure total income of all tenants is 2-3x monthly rent
  • Ask their two former landlords, “Would you rent to them again?”
  • Run a tenant credit check to determine total debt and late payment history

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Landlords use Social Media to Screen Potential Tenants and Renters

It’s not exactly “Big Brother”, but landlords are looking at a lot more than just your work and financial history when choosing the best tenants.  In fact, renters are under the microscope now more than ever.

Landlords not only look into a potential tenant’s financial and criminal backgrounds, they’ll occasionally conduct internet searches or browse a possible tenant’s social media accounts too before handing over the keys. Most landlords only use the latter two when red flags pop up during any of their main screening areas.

Background checks help landlords determine whether or not a tenant will be able to pay their rent on-time and every month, as well as be respectful of their respective properties. However landlords can use whatever screening criteria they desire as long as they use the info they obtain in an non-discriminatory manner.