Set your rental application apart from others with Tenant Check

It is no secret that trying to find your next rental home can be a stressful and time-consuming process, especially when you find a property you could see yourself living in, only to not get it.

This is where Tenant Check can help set your rental application apart from others by providing the property manager with the important documents upfront.

How does it work?

Once you have found a rental property you are interested in applying for on, simply click on the Tenant Check button on the property listing page and fill in the form.

Tenant Check costs only $25.00 (including GST) and once the payment has been made, the report will be delivered directly to your inbox and is valid for 30 days.

What does it include?

The report that is generated is what a property manager would normally receive when they do their regular checks and includes:

Identity verification

Property managers and landlords will want to know who you are before they can approve you to rent the property. Providing this up front will ensure your identity can be verified ahead of time and could get you ahead of the queue.

Tenancy database blacklist

Do you know if you are on the National Tenancy Database? Tenant Check will provide you with a report on anything that may have been listed on the data base under your name, in relation to any past rentals you had issues with.

It gives you the opportunity to explain to the property manager or landlord upfront about what happened and explain how it wont happen at this rental.

Court records and bankruptcy information

If you have ever gone to court, had a debt agreement or bankruptcies recorded against your name, they will also appear when you conduct a Tenant Check.

This gives you the change to not only provide this to the property manager or landlord upfront, but also lets you explain your situation to them.

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