Reply to Re: How do you find current info on a tenant?
Re: How do you find current info on a tenant?
by NY-LL on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 @08:45
The real estate brokerage screened and qualified the tenant and the landlord neglected to confirm the rental application information provided by the tenant to the real estate brokerage. The landlord cannot confirm whether the real estate brokerage even qualified the information provided by tenant.
Truth is the landlordís only option is to send the notice to the last known address and request forwarding mail service, and to utilize the tenantís bank account information (used to pay monthly rent) to collect any judgment awarded. The social security number is only relevant if the rental application and the lease agreement allow the landlord to check the credit report after lease termination. Otherwise, the social security is only useful to collect a judgment through a bank lien seizure. There are public record accounts to confirm the address location of any individual by name and date of birth. However, it is not in the interest of landlords to post them to a public website, so the tenant can have the information removed.