No landlord would like to rent out his property to undesirable tenants. To avoid doing so accidentally, you must perform a check known as the tenant background check from where you can acquire enough information to make up your mind about renting out to the prospective tenant. This is a lawful check and must include the following information in it :
The Tenant's Personal Information
His name, address and phone number
If he has children
Whether if he's ever been charged with a DWI
His Social Security Number and a verification of the same
The Tenant's Lawsuit History
If he has ever been caught up in any legal action If he has ever been broke
The Tenant's Criminal History:
If he has ever been involved in a crime and there are any records of the same
What is his educational qualification ?
Professional or Occupational Background
What does he work as
Has he ever published anything or been featured in any news story If he owns a website or is included in any cyber discussion.
The Tenant's Asset Search
Search of his property and financial assets
Verification of Employment and Landlord History
Reference from his past employers and landlords
The Tenant's Business Background
Whether he owns a business or is a corporate employee
The Tenant's Military Records
If he is now serving or has been released honorably from military service.
The Tenant's Medical History
Are there any evidences of drugs, alcoholism or serious medical complications? If he has ever been wounded while working and collected worker's compensation for it.