. 8 Hot Tips for Checking Social Media from Darren Hunter
As a tool to assist you in collecting information for tenant application processing, social media can be very useful in a number of ways.
#1 Do they have ‘fur babies’?.. When someone says on their application form that they have no pets, their Facebook page should reveal the truth. 20 years ago, people had dogs and cats. These days they have ‘fur babies’ and their cute little faces will no doubt be plastered clearly on social media, just like a member of the family.
#2 More occupants than you ‘counted’ on?.. If the property being applied for is a one or two bedroom unit and the applicant says that one or two people will be living in the property, their Facebook page may show if this is the case or if in fact, they have a few more live in family members that they forgot to tell you about!
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