Tenant background checks usually review a potential tenants’ criminal history, credit report, and proof of income as well as eviction and employment histories.
What shows up on rental history?
Just what is rental history? It’s essentially information on your past rental arrangements, which includes the likes of former addresses, late rent payments and evictions, as well as criminal history, your credit score and other data to help a landlord judge whether or not you’re a good fit as a tenant.
What does a landlord credit check show?
The information landlords and agents can see from your credit report is limited to publicly available records, including court judgments and insolvency records. They cannot see information about your credit commitments, such as credit cards, loans and mobile phone contracts.
When renting an apartment What do they check?
When you fill out a rental application for an apartment, the apartment’s landlord will most likely run a credit check to see your financial history. This is because your credit report and your credit score tell a potential landlord how reliable you will be as an apartment renter when paying your bills every month.
When renting a house what do they check?
Any landlord who reports a tenant’s payment history to a credit bureau, will show up on a credit check. Landlords can check a credit report to see if any money is owed to a previous landlord. A landlord can use rental history data to see where a tenant has lived and make inquires concerning those rental agreements.