Tenant Checking just got a whole lot more sophisticated
introducing TRS (Tenancy Risk Score)
Unique to the Property Management industry illion Tenancy has introduced a new benchmark for tenant checking.
Using a combination of credit bureau data plus tenancy data into an easy to read, easy to understand, comprehensive and accurate Tenancy Risk Score.
Here is the data range illion Tenancy uses to contribute to the Tenancy Risk Score..
- Credit enquiries
- Court judgments
- Type of credit and account (e.g. credit card and revolving credit)
- Amount of credit extended
- Details of the capacity of the individual (e.g. whether he/she is an account holder, joint account holder or guarantor)
- Credit account information (e.g. account status, open and/or closed date)
- Up to 24 months of repayment history information for commitments with a financial services organisation (e.g. payment obligation has been met or not)
- Credit provider details.
- Tenant ratings from other landlords
- 14 Day Breach notices
- Tenancy Tribunal decisions
- Anti social behaviour while in a tenancy.
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Passport Checks for New Zealand and Australia now available
Identity checking is increasingly important. Many tenants do not have a drivers license and the next most common form of ID is a passport.
Here are some interesting stats..
- Around 3000 NZ passports are reported stolen each year
- Another 10,000 NZ passports are reported lost each year.
- A New Zealand passport is reported to be worth around $10,000 on the black market.
The process to check a passport..
- On the Tenant check page choose 'Passport' as the form of ID
- You will then need the passport number and expiry date.
- Once these are inputted the option for 'Passport Verification' will show in the Tenant Check fields bottom of page.
Good practise: Always ask if you can photograph a persons ID.
Reference from that information when inputting the tenant check page.