How To Attract and Keep Today’s Renter

How To Attract and Keep Today’s Renter



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As every landlord knows, finding quality tenants is the key to a successful rental business. While you’ll never be able to control exactly who applies to live on your property, there are several measures you can take to help ensure that you’re getting the best quality candidates.

Having a fuller understanding of who your renters are, what amenities tenants are looking for when they choose a rental property, and how to keep them renting from you will go a long way toward a successful rental business.

Here are some of the important things to remember for when finding the best possible tenants for your property:

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In the end, knowing as much as you can about your renter is one of the most important ways you can protect your investment property. A complete tenant screening services package can help you do that. TransUnion SmartMove is the landlord’s solution for great reports, great convenience, and great tenants. Landlords who use SmartMove tenant screening receive a credit report, criminal report, eviction report and ResidentScore


Know your applicant.

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