Dallas, TX, December 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Being a landlord has always been a challenge, as you can never be sure that a tenant will be trustworthy and responsible. Now there is a fast, easy, accurate and affordable way for a landlord to screen potential tenants, brought to you by Tenant Background Search. The service includes a FICO credit score, past due history, summary count and credit ratio, summary of accounts, credit inquiries and even an employment summary. No memberships, no minimums, no on-site inspections. Check out Tenant Background Search at tenantbackgroundsearch.com
About Tenant Background Search
Tenant Background Search offers what many landlords have desired for years – a no-hassle, instant background report on any prospective tenant. The service is used by both commercial and residential property owners, as no landlord wants to go through expensive, time-consuming evictions. Every landlord wants to know if a tenant has a criminal record or poor credit before renting to them – now you can know for certain.
Tenant Background Search explains why theirs is the best service of its kind: “Many companies say they offer a credit report but only provide you with a pass/fail response with no additional information. What's worse, some companies provide credit reports but during the checkout process require you to submit multiple forms and pay for an additional on-site inspection.” The company is proudly states, “Our report is returned instantly from the credit union once the tenant validates their identity and requires no forms or on-site inspections on the landlord's part.”
The report includes a FICO Credit Score, Past Due History, Summary Count and Credit Ratio, Summary of Accounts, Credit Inquiries and Employment Summary. With no memberships, no minimums and no on-site inspections, Tenant Background Search offers a premier product with little hassle.
Clients are taking notice of the service and leaving glowing feedback: "Wonderful product! I found your tenant screening service to be fast and easy," says one landlord.
You can find more information, and even see a sample of how the report will look, at www.tenantbackgroundsearch.com.