Being A Landlord Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Background Checks For Rental Property

 

Being A Landlord Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Becoming a landlord is more than leasing a property that you own to another person. Even following up on references provided by a potential tenant may not be specific enough. Did you know that in some states, your tenant can take over your property even if you have a signed contract that says they can be evicted for non-payment of rent? Do you know the steps necessary to prevent the wrong person from leasing your property?

 

Access Investigation Services can provide you with the peace of mind that your property is in good hands. A thorough background check is needed to insure that your tenants are reliable and have no criminal background history.

 

Access Investigation Services will look for prior evictions, criminal history, sexual predator/offender history, federal watch-list status, and prior address history. Also important is prior history of damage to rental property and illegal activities on rental property. Most people who enter into the business of “landlordship” do not know what it takes to secure an honest tenant. Hiring a real estate company to handle your property does not guarantee a thorough background check. Handling the details yourself can be a disaster.

 

Access Investigation Services does provide, top-notch background check and screening services. We offer packages that fulfill most of the expected checks, but our licensed investigative professionals each specialize in different areas of expertise and can offer additional searches at your request.  They look into address histories, bankruptcies, liens and judgments.  They can also look into past employment and address histories.  A criminal cannot hide from our thorough background checks.

 

If you’re considering leasing a property, whether it’s a home or business space, call Access Investigation Services. We promise we’ll leave no stone unturned, and we’ll guide you through the process.  Don’t just lease! Call Access Investigations first.