You can make or break your success as a landlord depending on the quality of your tenants.
If you don't have quality tenants in your Detroit Metro properties, you put your business and your rental homes at-risk. Allowing bad tenants in your homes is an expensive mistake.
How do you find good tenants and avoid the bad ones? There is a balance between "thorough" and "invasive" during the screening process.
While you don’t want to take on a bad tenant, you also don’t want to cross a line that gets you into legal trouble.
Tenant screening allows you to find out about a potential tenant’s rental and criminal history, but how do you know when you’ve gone too far? Here’s what landlords need to know about tenant screening.