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A Rent Check to Select Suitable Tenants

A rent check creates clarity when selecting a suitable and reliable tenant for your property. Unpleasant situations where tenants refuse to pay after signing the agreement, should be avoided at all costs. How do you prevent doing business with unreliable tenants and select a suitable tenant instead?

Various factors make someone the perfect tenant or not. Integrity and submitting accurate data are crucial when planning to sign a tenancy agreement. A rent check ensures that the submitted data are correct and verifies if certain crucial facts correspond with the image a tenant portrays. A rent check immediately shows which type of tenant you are dealing with.

A Rent Check Prevents Problems

A preventative rent check can save home owners and estate or letting agents a lot of trouble. Tenants might use your property but you remain its owner. Finding reliable tenants is important, as they most likely will use your property in a respectful way. Avoid unpleasant situations where tenants refuse or are not able to pay, something that ultimately leads to eviction.

Screening Relieves Home Owners, Estate and Letting Agents

The main goal of a rent check is relieving home owners, estate or letting agents. Taking away uncertainty and offering security and convenience. The entire process is taken care of and continuous support is provided. The various screening options are in keeping with privacy law and legislation requirements. Ultimately, you can be certain of the accuracy of your tenants’ data. 

A Rent Check: Verifying the Facts

A rent check does not judge potential tenants, as it only focuses on the verification of certain data; candidates’ identity documents for example, credit ratings, criminal records or tenancy agreements. A screening is done fast, efficient, digitally and in a user-friendly manner. Afterwards, you receive a digital record containing the outcome of the screening. The advice shows one of the following colours:
  • red
  • amber
  • green
A red light tells you not to enter a business relation with a tenant and a green light shows you can. An amber light does not mean a complete rejection, but certain issues should be further analysed.

A Rent Check is a Valuable Investment

A rent check is a preventative method that is worth the investment, since unreliable tenants will cost a lot of time, energy and money. Avoid unpleasant situations and schedule a screening prior to signing a tenancy agreement!

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