Steer Clear of Your Next Eviction: A Guide for Rental Property Owners.

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We are excited to share with you a free copy of ISC's new eBook, "Steer Clear of Your Next Eviction: A Guide for Rental Property Owners." David Pickron, President of ISC, shares over 20 years of knowledge in this book which is overflowing with great advice for landlords as well as seasoned and new investors. Learn some common mistakes made during the application process, costly red flags and money-saving tips to help you steer clear of your next eviction.

ISC Criminal History Reports

Landlord Liabilities | ID Checks | Tenant Background Investigation

Did you know that criminal actions committed on a rental property you own or manage could be held against you?

Leasing your property to a new renter without conducting a proper background investigation doesn’t just involve risk to your future income, but also poses physical dangers to yourself, your staff, and the neighborhood at large.

Consider this: a person with a violent criminal history will likely carry unemployment and credit risks… all while having the potential to bring danger and violence to others in their surroundings. And they may also attract the wrong type of people to your community.

Don’t let these problems affect your business because you aren’t researching potential renters carefully enough – an instant criminal history report gives you a good start, but that first step should be followed by a thorough investigation conducted by trained researchers. That way, it doesn’t matter how many layers of false information and identity concealment a criminal hides behind; with live investigators on the case, it becomes almost impossible for undesirable tenants to slip through the system and escape detection.

Live ISC investigators look into the personal history of each applicant, with particular attention paid to any history involving violent or sexual crimes. Your peace of mind, and the future of your rental business, are too important to leave to chance. Call ISC today to protect yourself and those who count on you.