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Resident Screening

The best way to protect your rental property is to know your renter before you accept their application. But how can you get the information you need?

Protect your investment with Resident Screening from CheckMy Resident and TransUnion.

$3,500
3-4 Weeks

Get the insights you need to make the right choice the first time!

The average eviction can cost $3,500 in legal fees, financial damages, lost rent, and other expenses, and can eat up 3-4 weeks of your time.* Once that’s done, you’re left without rent income, starting the application process again.

Make Smarter Choices Easily with Resident Screening Powered by TransUnion

In just minutes, get the vital information you need to make the right choice when choosing your next renter.

CheckMy Resident partners with global information and insights leader TransUnion to provide owner-landlords with a comprehensive reporting suite, easily accessible with a few clicks.

Package includes:

ResidentScore®: A score created by TransUnion that combines payment history, credit utilization, credit history, credit availability, and credit inquiries to predict evictions 15% better.*

Criminal Background Check**: Consolidate multiple sources, including FBI’s most wanted, Sex Offender Public Registries, and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) findings in one report to get the peace of mind you need before approving an applicant.

* According to 2016 TransUnion® research, ResidentScore® predicts evictions 15% more often in comparison to a typical credit score in the bottom 20% score range where risk is greatest.
** The Criminal Report is subject to federal, state, and local laws that may limit or restrict TransUnion’s ability to return some records or recommendations. Certain jurisdictions may limit what records are eligible for return.

Get Your First Report in Minutes with Resident Screening

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Criminal Report

Criminal records coverage may vary due to (1) jurisdictions limiting what records are eligible to return and (2) TransUnion limiting records that do not meet its data quality standards. As of the Rev. Date, criminal records are available to return in:

Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.

Rev. Date 01/10/24