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Landlord – Accurate Credit Bureau

noun
1. a person or organization that owns and leases apartments to others.
2. a person who owns and leases land, buildings, etc.
3. a person who owns or runs an inn, lodging house, etc.
4. a landowner.
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Landlord Due Diligence – Criminal Record Reports – Credit Reports – Tenant Background Checks – Accurate Credit Bureau

A landlord has a general duty to exercise reasonable care to protect the safety and welfare of his tenants from foreseeable harm. Due care must be exercised in the use, maintenance, and management of rental premises. While a landlord may not be able to eliminate all risk from his business, he can certainly take measures to reduce his exposure to unnecessary risk.

A landlord does not want a tenant using the rental unit as a base for criminal activity, posing a direct threat to the safety of others, and willfully damaging rental property or the property of others. Screening rental applicants for history of criminal conduct and rejecting those applicants with a history of violent crime or property damage may help protect persons and property against possible harm. There may even be an implied duty of care to ensure that tenants and property are protected from foreseeable harm. Landlords of multi-family housing units have a legal duty to warn and protect tenants about known dangers that would pose a current, direct threat to safety.

Many landlords consider their application process including the rental application form itself, the applicant interview, and strong rental policies that are consistently enforced will be sufficient to help identify high risk individuals whose behaviors would pose a potential threat to persons and property. Interviewing previous landlords and personal references; searching public records for court ordered evictions, bankruptcy, liens, and judgments; and contacting current employers may also provide clues to potential risks. A credit report, while containing a wealth of personal and financial information, does not provide information on criminal records. If the landlord feels the need for additional screening, he may consider a criminal history search as part of his due diligence. To do background screening on a potential applicant see Accurate Credit Bureau.

Landlord Tenant Nightmare – Accurate Credit Bureau – Free Rental Agreements Applications Rental Lease

“I owned a house and rented a room to a guy. This guy meet a girl on World of Warcraft and flew her out to stay at the house for a few weeks. No problem, I thought. A couple weeks never hurt anybody. But when a couple weeks turned into a couple months I was pissed off. She would sit downstairs and watch my television, while sitting on my recliner.
I finally had a conversation with the guy. I had no problem with her staying, but she needed to pay rent. He said something to the effect that she was still on vacation, why would he pay extra rent? And I said, “Bro, vacation ended when she started to DVR her shows.”
He agreed to start paying rent, but they moved out a few months later.”
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Always put all occupants that can stay on the rental lease. For free rental leases, rental agreements and rental applications see Accurate Credit Bureau.

Helpful Landlord Apps – Aroundme – Accurate Credit Bureau

AroundMe is already a very popular consumer iPhone app, providing comprehensive information about amenities and attractions in your local area. It might not seem like the most obvious choice for landlords, but it can prove vitally useful when expanding your portfolio. By finding out exactly what is near a property in which you are interested, you can help to determine whether or not it is a right fit for your portfolio. Landlords can download free rental applications and rental leases from Accurate Credit Bureau.

Free Rental Agreements Accurate Credit Bureau

A good landlord delivers the rental premises to a tenant in compliance with the rental agreement, and in a safe, clean, and habitable condition.
Comply with all health and housing codes applicable to the rental premises.
Make all reasonable efforts to keep common areas of a rental premises in a clean and proper condition.
Provide and maintain the following items in a rental premises in good and safe working condition, if provided on the premises at the time the rental agreement is entered into:
-Electrical systems
-Plumbing systems sufficient to accommodate a reasonable supply of hot and cold running water at all times
-Sanitary systems
-Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. A heating system must be sufficient to adequately supply heat at all times.
-Appliances supplied as inducement to the rental agreement.
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