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|Posted on September 29, 2020 at 2:33 PM||comments (8591)|
|Posted on March 5, 2014 at 10:53 AM||comments (4747)|
We hear this so often. We have had tenant's show up with a U-Haul and all their worldly belongings inside. There are some legitimate reasons that a tenant may be in this position, but consider this . . .
Notice's to Quit are for three days, once a tenant receives a Notice to Quit, they are in a position that they need to move right away. If they show up with their belongings with them - or - if they tell you they need to move right away, listen to their story, but be very careful - the tenant in front of you may be in the middle of an eviction.
Legitimate tenant's give prior landlords 30 days notice. If they aren't planning on giving their old landlord 30 days notice, don't expect to get 30 days notice when they move out of your place.
|Posted on March 5, 2014 at 10:49 AM||comments (6005)|
I get background checks every day. I have clients ask questions regularly about how to speed up background checks. There are some things that are out of our control - such as some of the sites we pull records from are only open during the work week, therefore, a Saturday background check without Wyoming records is going to have to wait until the next business day.
There are things that are within your control. Make sure we have their full name. This includes maiden names. A young woman in her early 20s or someone that has recently married, probably has all of the credit under their maiden name. We can run the married name, however, if we run the maiden name, we are going to get all of the results.
We really need DOB and SSN. Without these two pieces of information, you are limiting which databases we can pull from.
It really helps to have prior addresses. If this isn't possible, at least provide us the states they have lived in. If we have difficulty locating them, we can start with the state they have lived in and go from there.
Make sure we can read the request. Many people have the Tenant or applicant fill out the paperwork. If there is any doubt about the handwriting, print, the correct information out yourself.
These simple request will speed up your background check.
|Posted on March 2, 2014 at 12:16 AM||comments (1093)|
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