March 9, 2007, Newsletter Issue #79: What a Tenant Screeing Report Should Contain

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Tenant Screening reports include consumer credit information from one or more of the three major credit bureaus -- Experian, Equifax or Transunion.

They should also containg information on
*delinquent payment histories
*property damage
*chronic violations
*criminal activity
*other types of disturbances

In addition, tenant screening services should offer various options that include:

* A scoring system that enables landlords to establish a tenant profile and then evaluates applicants according to those criteria and helps you decide if someone will be a good fit.
*Credit information provided by the credit bureaus
*Eviction and public record checks.
*National criminal background searches.
*Fraud detection and personal information verification.

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