Who needs a rent screening fee 2013 form?
A rent screening fee form is to be completed by an applicant who wants to rent a property. It is also expected by the landlord so that they can verify the information provided by the applicant and obtain a credit report on the applicant.
What is the rent screening fee 2013 form?
The rent screening fee 2013 form provides information about an applicant: personal information, residence history, employment and income history. It needs verification by the landlord and is necessary for obtaining a credit report on the applicant and other reports including warnings and checks on and about the applicant. This information may include, but not be limited to, criminal background checks, reports on unlawful detainers, bad checks, fraud warnings, employment and tenant history. Landlords need data to help them decide whether to rent a property to a certain applicant.
Is rent screening fee 2013 form accompanied by other forms?
The rent screening fee 2013 form is not accompanied by any other forms, but it is necessary after submission of a rental application and accompanies the rental agreement.
When is rent screening fee 2013 form due?
Rent screening fee 2013 form is filled on request, accompanied by relevant information and valid at the time of application for rent.
How do I fill out Rent screening fee 2013 form?
Most of the rent screening fee 2013 form is filled with a client who wants to rent out a property to a tenant. However, there is a part which must be completed by the landlord, or landlord's manager or agent.
The applicants provide basic information about themselves, their income, place of residence and clarify some features the rent history. Submission of rent screening fee 2013 form is accompanied by the fee: the landlord may charge up to $42.06, and may use the fee to cover the cost of obtaining information about an applicant, such as checking their personal references and getting a credit report on them.
Where do I send Rent screening fee 2013 form?
You can submit the form in person or send to the landlord’s address.