In the United States more than half of the country’s non-buying population is made up of real estate rentals. Some owners choose to hire a property management company to take care of the complete rental process, but oftentimes real estate agents and individual landlords are the ones tasked with filling vacancies. No matter who is renting a property the fact remains that applicants have rights that are protected by law. The same criteria must be used for all applicants so no arguments can be made alleging discrimination took place. Important questions still need to be answered though about whether the applicant will pay their bills on time, or if they have a past that would make them a risk to the property.
Tenant Screening Advice
In this advancing technological age, developers across the country are innovating greater, faster methods of providing information. For the property management industry this translates into the creation of a vast network of information on potential applicants, equipped with the delivery of increasing speeds and accuracy. However, the difficulty with this specific type of data is that it largely includes regulated content that is scrutinized by governing entities (to ensure the protection of the consumer’s identities and rights).
It’s that time of year again where even the most uninterested individuals will tune in for the yelling, junk food, hilarious commercials, and all around epic events that surround the Superbowl. What makes this game feel so much bigger than other national sports titles is that it all comes down to a singular game – one afternoon spanning the course of a couple of hours to show whether or not someone will be going home for the day with the big “W”.
Do you remember the days when job applicants put on a nice suit, walked into a business, spoke with the manager on duty and asked if they had any positions open? After a few questions over a cup of coffee, it was decided whether the applicant and the open position were right for one another. “When can you start?” or “I’m sorry, this just isn’t a good fit.”