What is Your Tenant Screening IQ?



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Whether you have been in the business for years, or are just starting out, you know that there is a lot more to managing rental property than just putting up a “For Rent” sign. According to the Rental Protection Agency, more than 2,600 new renters are entering the rental market every day. This means that landlords have a larger pool of tenants to choose from, increasing the importance of tenant screening. In order to keep you on your toes and in the know when it comes to the rental industry, we have created a quiz based on SmartMove survey data to test your knowledge on tenant screening.

From knowing the cost of an eviction to the number one concern landlords have about tenants, put your tenant screening IQ to the test with our quiz below. Get a perfect score and you are more than prepared to find well-suited tenants for your rental property. If you don’t hit the mark, don’t worry! Brush up on your knowledge with our articles below.

Know your applicant.

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