Searches New Zealand's comprehensive tenant database for 7 years of tenancy history including Tenant Ratings, drug use warnings, 14 day notices, Tenancy Tribunal orders, previous tenant checks and tenancy addresses from property managers and landlords.
Also includes any tenancy debt collection history.
Provides a general credit history including payment defaults, serious credit infringements, credit application and previous enquiry history.
Each credit check report comes with our unique Tenancy Risk Score and a driver's licence verification to ensure your applicant has supplied you with their correct personal information.
Ministry of Justice Fines searches enable you to check whether your applicant has any outstanding fines issued by local councils, the Police, and other authorities that can issue infringement fees.
Searches details of security interests in personal property from the Personal Property and Securities Register (e.g., Hire purchase on vehicles or chattels).
Searches property ownership records from CoreLogic for a history of property owned.
Confirms you have the correct identification information from your applicant by performing Driver Licence or Passport verifications.
Unique to the Property Management industry, illion Tenancy introduced a new benchmark for tenant checking with the Tenancy Risk Score.
Our Tenancy Risk Score provides greater risk assessment accuracy compared to a standard credit score because it uses a combination of both credit bureau data and tenancy data . This gives property managers and landlords a simple and reliable indicative score that summarises how much risk each prospective tenant poses. Also included is a Tenant Percentile Rank as a comparison guide with other tenants. .
A higher Tenancy Risk Score is desirable. A good, low-risk tenant will have a Tenancy Risk Score of 500 and above.
The data range illion Tenancy uses to contribute to the Tenancy Risk Score includes:
Along with your Tenancy Risk Score will be the Tenant Check report showing the relevant information which is contributing to the score.