Affordable Credit Reports Designed for the Rental Industry

Tenant Screening for Landlords and Property Managers

  • Long-form Equifax Credit Report
  • Credit Score
  • Current and Former Addresses
  • Employment Confirmation
  • Credit History (tradelines)
  • Credit Balances
  • Collections
  • Bankruptcies
  • Inquiries
  • Aliases
  • Tenant Records

All the Information You Need at an Affordable Price

Tenant Credit Checks From FrontLobby are Powered by Equifax to Ensure Data Accuracy

Affordable

Credit Reports designed for Landlords and Property Managers that are only $10.99.

Instant

Credit Reports delivered instantly so you can make the important decisions you need to. 

Easy to Read

Credit Reports designed to have all the information you need in an easy to read format. 

$10.99/Report

$17.99/Report for Basic Memberships

Helping You Choose the Right Tenants

Tenant Screening Should be Affordable, Instant and Easy to Read

FrontLobby provides Landlords with the tenant screening services they need to choose the best Tenants. Tenant Credit Checks from FrontLobby are easy to read, instant and affordable. Designed just for the rental industry they have all the information you need to choose the right Tenant. 

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With all the information you need

Average Tenant Credit Score is 650

The odds of getting a responsible Tenant exceed 90%. However, when Landlords get Renters who pay late repeatedly, miss payments altogether, or damage the property beyond normal wear and tear, it can cost them an average of $11,000 per year. 

To attract and choose the right Renters, Landlords need a thorough, consistent and reliable process to screen prospective new Tenants. Applying FrontLobby’s 7 tenant screening best practices can help landlords lower their risk of a costly decision and feel confident about their incoming new Renters. Continue Reading

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