Protect your property, reputation and community
It’s important to qualify your prospective tenants thoroughly on both a local and national level. IntelliCorp offers a variety of tenant screening packages to help property owners and property management organizations identify potential risks.
You want to protect your property and investment, which is why these packages look into your prospective tenant’s past rental and financial history. Identifying undesirable patterns of behavior can save you time and money. You want to make sure they can afford their rent and haven’t had financial issues with previous landlords.
In addition to financial risks, you need to be concerned about security – not only to your property, but to other tenants and neighbors as well. You do not want to expose others to unnecessary risks and safety concerns. Criminal background screens and person references help uncover these kinds of risks and allows you to protect your reputation, property and community.
We can also customize your package, based around your unique business needs – whether it’s due to specific industry regulations, legal requirements or your own desire to hold your candidates to a higher standard. While we don’t compromise on compliance or the quality of our reports, we will work with you to modify and expand our packages.
Some common add-ons and customizations include:
We also offer enhanced criminal products to add onto your package, including:
If this package doesn’t meet your needs, we have several pre-defined packages available for other industries:
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