Florida Tenant Screening Background Checks
Landlords want to rent their properties to the best tenants. You can no longer just accept the word of an applicant that the premises will be taken care of, that the prospective tenant will pay rent when due and that the applicant has no serious criminal history. You also do not want someone living in your property that is known for damaging rental properties, who allows several people in addition to those on the lease to reside at the property or who has a reputation for disturbing neighbors. Unless a tenant has had to answer in court previously for such actions, these types of offenses are not going to show up in a criminal background check alone.
It is imperative that landlords utilize American Apartment Owners Association. Screen for much more than just a local criminal background check; screen for criminal records nationwide, including for offenses related to terrorism or sex offender crimes. Receive the information you need regarding an applicant’s credit history, rental history, employment history and even for social security number fraud. The Florida Tenant Screening process gives you a clear picture of who your applicant is and a complete criminal, employment, credit, rental and fraud history. The comprehensive Florida Tenant Screening process goes beyond just ensuring that the applicant is not a convicted felon and does not have a history of not paying rent on time. With Florida Tenant Screening you can make sure that the person completing a rental application is who they claim they are, that the applicant is not a convicted felon or wanted criminal, that they are employed where they say they are and have good rental and credit histories. Choose from a variety of Florida Tenant Screening packages, with the understanding that the more comprehensive packages will yield more comprehensive screening checks.
The American Apartment Owners Association provides tenant screening background checks nationwide. Looking for a tenant screening report in a state other than Florida? Visit our tenant background checks page to learn more.