Tenant Screening

Whether you’re a homeowner, landlord or management company, we know how important it is to you to discern the nature and credit-worthiness of potential tenant(s). We design packages to specifically meet your needs. Searches available are as follows:

A search for bankruptcies, liens and judgments can help determine the potential stability of an applicant. Someone that mismanages his or her personal finances could possibly mismanage your company’s finances, time and resources.

Once we have established the counties that a Subject has resided in, we can then conduct a seven-year criminal history search using their name, date of birth and social security number. We search for all felonies and misdemeanors in each county of residence. Results include case number, violation date, filing date, charges, plea and disposition. This search also produces any active warrants that an applicant may have. We suggest that criminal searches be done in all names that are discovered for an applicant. Mary Jones-Smith may not have a record under Mary Smith, but under her maiden name possess one or more criminal convictions.

We can determine a tenant’s eviction history through the county courts and a nationwide database that derives information from all fifty states.  Database coverage does vary from state to state.

This search can produce records of defaults, tax liens and judgments at the county, state and federal level.

The Nationwide Criminal Database Search is a comprehensive database search that provides criminal information from 40 states and 49 state sex-offender registry. This search may provide criminal records for counties other than those produced from a Social Security Trace and offers you same day access to the largest criminal database available with millions of offense records. It is a valuable information resource that may discover convictions in counties not identified in a Social Security Trace or Credit History Report if the subject never lived in the county. Records from states are indexed from state correctional institutions, sexual offender and violent offender lists, the Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) and some state and county court records.

The jurisdictions included in this search are as follows:

  • Alaska Courts
  • Arkansas Courts
  • Arizona Courts
  • Arizona Corrections
  • California Court Index
  • Connecticut Courts
  • Connecticut Corrections
  • Connecticut Traffic Court
  • District of Columbia Corrections
  • Florida Courts
  • Florida Broward County
  • Florida Corrections
  • Florida Palm Beach County
  • Florida Pinellas County
  • Florida Suwannee County
  • Foreign Nationals
  • Georgia Corrections
  • Iowa Corrections
  • Idaho Corrections
  • Illinois Corrections
  • Indiana Corrections
  • Kansas Corrections
  • Kentucky Corrections
  • Maine Corrections
  • Michigan Corrections
  • Minnesota Courts
  • Minnesota Corrections
  • Missouri Corrections
  • Mississippi Corrections
  • Montana Corrections
  • North Carolina Corrections
  • Nebraska Corrections
  • New Jersey Courts
  • New Jersey Archived Corrections
  • New Jersey Corrections
  • Nevada Corrections
  • New York Corrections
  • Ohio Corrections
  • Oklahoma Corrections
  • Oregon Corrections
  • Rhode Island Courts
  • South Carolina Corrections
  • Tennessee Courts
  • Tennessee Corrections
  • Tennessee Supplemental Courts
  • Texas Courts
  • Utah Courts
  • Utah Corrections
  • Virginia Courts
  • Virginia Fairfax County Circuit Court
  • Virginia Traffic
  • Washington CLJ Courts
  • Washington Corrections
  • Washington SUP Courts
  • Wisconsin Courts
  • Wisconsin Corrections
  • Sex Offenders Multi-State:
    • Includes all states but NV

A county criminal search is generally the most accurate way to determine felony and misdemeanor history in the counties where the subject has resided, in addition to active warrant information. Statewide searches, available in 45 states, can provide additional case information not available at the county level and provides more comprehensive results when added to county level searches. Specific statewide pricing and coverage is available upon request.

This search reports on foreign nationals (individuals and entities) that the U.S. government currently has sanctions against; whose property may be blocked; who is restricted from exporting by the U.S. Department of Commerce; and whom no U.S. person may have dealings with. Individuals on the list include known terrorists and international narcotics traffickers. This search contains information from the following sources:

  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
  • Bank of England Consolidated List of Financial Sanctions
  • Bureau of Industry and Security
  • OSFI Terrorism Financing
  • DTC Debarred parties
  • European Union Consolidated List
  • FBI Hijack Suspects
  • FBI Most Wanted
  • FBI Most Wanted Terrorists
  • FBI Seeking Information
  • FBI Top Ten Most Wanted
  • HKMA
  • Interpol Most Wanted
  • United Nations Consolidated List
  • Terrorist Exclusion List
  • Unauthorized Banks
  • MAS
  • Non-cooperative Countries and Territories
  • Non-proliferation
  • OFAC Sanctions Programs and Countries
  • OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals & Blocked Persons
  • Politically Exposed Persons
  • Primary Money Laundering Concern (PMLC)
  • World Bank Debarred Parties

Per Megan’s Law, sexual offenders must register when they move. There are currently more than 664,731 registered sex offenders nationwide. Sexual offender registry searches are statewide searches of registered sex offender databases. This search is recommended when applicants are working with children or other people at risk. A signed release is required for certain states.

Please contact us for more information.

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