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*Recommended*

Platinum Package
$49.95

INCLUDES:

  • Credit Check/Report for Tenant (with Credit Score) 
  • Nationwide Criminal Records Search
  • County Criminal Records
  • Bankruptcies
  • Foreclosures
  • Medical Collections
  • Known Aliases
  • Past Address History
  • Eviction Records
  • SSN
  • Sex Offender

Comprehensive Package
$39.95

INCLUDES:

  • Credit Check/Report for Tenant (with Credit Score) 
  • Nationwide Criminal Records Search
  • Bankruptcies
  • Foreclosures
  • Medical Collections
  • Employment Summary
  • Known Aliases
  • Past Address History
  • Eviction Records
  • Includes everything in the Standard Plus Package Plus  Eviction Records

Standard Plus Package
$34.95

INCLUDES:

  • Credit Check/Report for Tenant (with Credit Score) 
  • Nationwide Criminal Records Search
  • Bankruptcies
  • Foreclosures
  • Medical Collections
  • Employment Summary
  • Known Aliases
  • Past Address History
  • Includes everything in the Standard Package
    PLUS Employment Data, AKAs & Past Address History

Standard Package
$29.95

INCLUDES:

  • Credit Check/Report for Tenant (with Credit Score) 
  • Nationwide Criminal Records Search
  • Bankruptcies
  • Foreclosures
  • Medical Collections
  • Known Aliases

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*Question 1:

How would you rate your property? Property rating has the most significant impact on a property's risk level. A higher rated property will institute higher standards for potential renters in regards to income and credit history. A lower rating on a property will increase the ratio of acceptable applicants (in regards to income and credit history qualifications).

A. High end property offering many amenities and convenience to renters (for example on-site fitness facility with modern, maintained equipment or easy access to the same, laundry facilities within the unit or within the immediate building, etc.). If the property is new, it employs higher-end equipment, appliances and convenience features throughout the facility and/or unit(s). If the property is aged, it has been significantly renovated recently to modernize key areas within the property (for example parking areas, parking garages or overhangs, gated community, etc.) and key features (for example appliances, furnishing, cabinets, bathroom fixtures, etc.). "A" properties will have a lower risk factor, requiring higher standards of renters in regards to income and credit history.

B. Moderate living property offering some key amenities and/or conveniences to renters (for example laundry facilities within the building or in a facility very near by, easily accessible, though not on-site, fitness facility with modern equipment, etc.). If the property has been recently built, the quality of materials used for common features of the property and/or unit(s) is good, though not high-end. For somewhat aged properties, significant renovations have been applied to improve common-use features (for example water heaters, appliances, bathroom fixtures, paint, etc.). "B" properties employ a moderate risk factor that will eliminate applicants with poor credit histories while still accepting moderate to good credit histories and income.

C. Low-end property offering few, if any, amenities or conveniences to renters (for example laundry facilities, fitness facility, etc.). If the property has been recently built, the quality of materials used for common features of the property and/or unit(s) is average or bulk building supplies. For somewhat aged properties, few, if any, renovations have been applied to update common-use features (for example water heaters, appliances, bathroom fixtures, paint, etc.). "C" properties employ a high risk factor reflecting a lower quality offering to potential renters and allowing lower standards for potential lessees.

*Question 2:

Do you expect the average income of potential renters to be significantly higher than, somewhat higher than or just above the expected rent for your unit(s)? Incomes significantly higher than rent allow for a stricter set of requirements for potential renters. Conversely, incomes just above the expected rent will allow more lenient expectations for renters' credit history.

A.  Average applicant income will be significantly higher than expected rent

B.  Average applicant income will be somewhat higher than expected rent

C.  Average applicant income will be just above the expected rent

*Question 3:

For the area in which your unit is located, do you expect the average income of potential renters' to be significantly above the average, at the average or below the average income of the immediate area? Different locations have different income expectations and quality of living standards. Income and rent requirements should be in line with the area in which the unit is located. An income expectation much higher than the average for the area will incur stricter standards for potential renters' credit history.

A.  Average applicant income will be much greater than the average income for the area.

B.  Average applicant income will be at the average income for the area.

C.  Average applicant income will be below the average income for the area.

*Question 4:

Do you expect the rent for your unit(s) to be greater than, at the average or below the average rent for the area where your unit(s) are located? Income and rent requirements should be in line with the area in which the unit is located. Higher rent expectations will cause higher expectations in the credit history of potential applicants. A rent lower than average will allow lower requirements for potential renters' credit history.

A.  Expected rent will be greater than the average rent for the area.

B.  Expected rent will be at the average rent for the area.

C.  Expected rent will be below the average rent for the area.

*Question 5:

Do you expect many applicants for your unit(s)? Many applicants allow you, the landlord, to set higher expectations for potential renters' credit history. Few applicants lowers the requirements somewhat to increase the applicant pool.

A.  Expect many applicants and good visibility for these units.

B.  Expect a steady number of applicants with average visibility for these unit(s).

C.  Expect few applicants.