[VIDEO] This investor uses the screening process to avoid nightmare tenants.

Eliminate bad tenants and nightmare situations before they move in with proper screening.

  • Tenant won’t pay?
  • Trashed the place?
  • Illegal activity on property?
  • Needy tenants keep complaining?

Say goodbye to frustrating tenants, and hello to on-time rent payments.

Some landlords are clueless about what to look for on a tenant application.

And many landlords look at just one or two items when it comes to screening criteria:

  • Credit score
  • Income

In these cases, the approval decision largely comes down to good judgement.

That’s not good!

This is why so many landlords let bad tenants into their properties, and spend so much time and money dealing with nightmare situations.

Screening is the most important aspect of being a landlord.

Here are some things that you should consider in you screening process:

  1. Length in field of employment
  2. Rent to income ratio
  3. Credit score
  4. Payment history
  5. Length of current residency
  6. Collections
  7. Criminal history
  8. Past evictions

There are a few “automatic disqualifiers”, but it is always a good idea to get as much information as you can and look at the big picture.

This may seem complicated, and time consuming, but it can actually be done very quickly.

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