Rental Research Services provides this blog page for your benefit. As a landlord, we know that you want to make sure that what a potential tenant tells you is correct and complete. A partial history won’t spare you the trouble of renting to someone who has a habit of jumping their lease agreement, or has never paid rent in full and on time. At Rental Research Services, we provide each of our clients with the rental history reports they need to make the best selection possible when extending lease agreements. Call us today and let us help you find your next great tenant.

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    Tips for Saving Money as a Landlord

    If you are an experienced landlord, you have probably encountered some unexpected and unfortunate problems along the way. If you’re a new landlord, there are some situations you may not be aware of that you should be prepared for. Today, we’ll examine some of the ways you can make good, informed…Read More

  2. How to Choose the Right Tenant Part 2

    In our previous post, we looked at three steps you need to take to find the right tenants for your rental property: follow the law, check their credit score, and perform a criminal background check. We’ll finish up our list of things you should do with today’s post from Rental Research Services.…Read More

  3. How to Choose the Right Tenant Part 1

    As a landlord, you know that you want to always make the right choice when accepting an application for rent. You know that there are good tenants and bad tenants, which means that you need to figure out how to find the ones that will be great tenants for your rental. With expert tenant screening op…Read More

  4. Tips for Connecting With Your Renter

    As a landlord, you probably know that it’s important to maintain good relationships with each of your renters. Good relationships mean that you will reap a number of benefits, including longer tenancy, positive referrals, and happy tenants. If you are looking for some ways to improve your connecti…Read More

  5. 3 Tips Every Landlord Should Know

    Whether you are interested in becoming a landlord or you have been a landlord for many years, it’s important to be sure that you stay current with rental laws, and follow some of these tips to get the most return on your investment. Continue reading today’s post to learn three tips that you shou…Read More

  6. How to Avoid Landlord-Tenant Disputes

    Whether you are considering becoming a landlord, or you have been one for many years, you are probably aware that there is one thing you’d really like to avoid — landlord-tenant disputes. While conflict is sometimes inevitable, there are a number of steps that you can take to ensure that you hav…Read More

  7. How to Raise Your Rental Rates

    As a landlord, you need to make sure that your rental rates are competitive with other rental properties in the area. There is a delicate balance between charging too little and not making enough of a profit, and charging too much, which will alienate renters. In today’s post, we’ll share some t…Read More

  8. Rental History Reports FAQs

    If you are in the market for a new rental, then there are some things you should be aware of that may come up in a rental history report. While you might have a good history of renting and a good credit report, it is beneficial to know just what type of information your potential landlord may receiv…Read More