If you have ever had rental property, you know the destruction that tenants can leave behind after they are gone. If you are a potential tenant, the landlord may decide to raise the rent in order to cover previous damages and to ensure that you do not cause any more. This means that you are paying for someone else’s mistakes. If you own commercial property, you want to make sure that the tenant is following the rental agreement and not causing problems for other business tenants on the property.
The information you can find in a tenant background screening relates to previous rental addresses, any negative comments about timely payment of rent and any damages caused. For a commercial property owner, this is information can be helpful in the possibility of losing good tenants based on the actions of one bad tenant.
Having this information is a way to verify that the individual or business you are renting to is a responsible party and you can depend on that tenant to adhere to the rental contract signed. If a tenant does not comply with the rules and regulations, or if a tenant leaves a property damaged, not only will you have repair costs, but in some instances there is a delay in being able to rent the property out to new tenants, which means a delay in rental income.
You can attempt to try using Google to perform a tenant screening or tenant background search, but this is difficult because of the similarity in names all over the world, both individual and business. A search by name can be time consuming and lead you in all different directions, maybe you will eventually get to some of the information you need, but not enough to make an informed decision about signing a lease agreement with.
Spyspace offers a quick and confidential way to complete a resident screening search, and provides you with a free preview of the information that you are seeking. It is easy to use and more efficient that searching thousands of websites to get the information you need.