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are divisions of Tenant Screening Services, LLC. We have been providing instant background check services to landlords and employers nationwide since 1982. Our online background check service is comprehensive and up to date. We are a leading provider of information in the field of tenant screening, credit reports, criminal checks, and employee background checks.We are America‘s largest source of Internet background checks, including tenant screening and pre-employment screening. With a background check, you know who you are hiring or who wants to rent your property. We perform instant searches using millions of records collected in more than 8,000 databases (including known terrorists and sex offenders) nationwide. Quality is an integral part of our service. We ensure that the data collected is current and complete. Along with quality, we maintain competitive pricing without signup fees, monthly fees, or annual fees. Each of our reports can be purchased separately, and in some cases we bundle multiple services for further savings. Qualified users can get instant results and credit reports 24 hours per day, 7 days per week—hassle free! We do not charge signup, monthly, or annual fees.

FAQ’s:

Question: What is an acceptable credit score?

Answer: The FICO score should be 640 or above ( 640 equals a “C”)

Question: How do I know if the social security number and date of birth are correct?

Answer: Always obtain a copy if a current picture ID such as a driver’s license.

Things To Do Before You Rent Your House
Renting out your property can be beneficial or it can be an inconvenience. There are a few things to do before you rent your house. It is prudent that you are financially prepared. You should also familiarize yourself with the landlord-tenant law of your state  read more.
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binding lease for a landlord is the number one defense for controlling the property when a tenant is allowed to use it as a temporary home or business. However, if the lease is not put together well, ambiguities or unmentioned details can often end up being the read more.
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