Sample Tenant Screening

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Sample Tenant Screening


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Do your homework well if you are planning to rent your property out. Advertize smartly to attract the right type of tenant. Firstly, decide whom you want to target. Are you interested in giving your property out for families or bachelors? Advertize your property accordingly.

When you get a call from a prospective tenant, remember to ask simple and crisp questions. Be straightforward. Do not feel shy to ask the person personal questions about why he/she has decided to move out from his previous place, the number of people who would be accompanying him/her, etc. Get a good idea about their needs and requirements. This way, you would know what the person actually expects from the landlord.

If you feel satisfied, you can show your property to the person. This is the second step in the tenant screening process. Check out if the tenant is genuinely interested in your property. Also, see whether the person has serious issues about the house or is simply making up questions so that he/she can demand for a cheaper rent.

Next, if the tenant is showing any signs of interest, ask him/her to fill up a questionnaire, which has various questions. The person name, phone numbers and other personal details have to be included in the questionnaire. Make sure the person gives accurate information about his credit history. Take your time to be absolutely certain that the person is not involved in any criminal or legal issues. Also, ask the tenant to provide a couple of references so that you can crosscheck and clarify his/her personal information.

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