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Be fair property management and tenant screening
Be fair property management and tenant screening
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Be fair property management and tenant screening

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Tenant screening is the way you find quality renters, which are critical to your success as a property investor, manager and landlord. …

Tenant screening is the way you find quality renters, which are critical to your success as a property investor, manager and landlord.
Visit http://www.rentalchoice.com/ For more details.

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  1. Be Fair: Property Management and Tenant Screening
  2. What is Tenant screening? Tenant screening is the way you find quality renters, which are critical to your success as a property investor, manager and landlord.
  3. There are two things to consider when screening tenants, so that you keep your rentals occupied with great tenants and yourself out of court.
  4. Be consistent A systematic and comprehensive screening process that you apply objectively to every applicant will protect you if someone ever claims that you have violated the Fair Housing Act. A process will also help you filter out bad renters. - See more at:
  5. Lease applications, at minimum, should include: Employment, income, credit history. Social security and drivers’ license numbers. Evictions, bankruptcies. Landlord references.
  6. Be Transparent Make sure that all applicants know the monthly rental amount, lease term, whether pets and smoking are allowed, their obligations for outdoor maintenance, and other relevant information.
  7. For More Information About The Property Management Companies Visit Rentalchoice.com

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