"It is very likely that if a prospective tenant was evicted previously, then this tenant will probably cause problems for the
new landlord. "
This is an Instant search. Access to our national database of evictions (updated from public record information including eviction
filings as well as possession and money judgments for 48 out of 50 states.
- 80% of eviction hearings do not appear on the credit reports
- non-monetary judgements do not appear on the credit report
- Landlord2Landlord provides its members with access to the
largest database of evictions in the country.
- Member Price $4.95
The costs of having to evict a tenant are not as obvious to the general public as it is to the Landlord. Contested evictions raise the overall costs
significantly. Most of the time, tenants represent themselves and don’t incur legal fees.
. The following is a cost breakdown for a non-contested eviction:
- Lost rent from empty unit (opportunity costs)
- Lost revenue for breaking property rules (intangible)
- Tenant debt accrued
- Eviction Filing Fee
- Service of Process
- Special Process Server
- Eviction by Sheriff
- Attorney Fees
- Costs of refurbishing for new tenants. Properties from evicted tenants suffer greater damage that normal
- Advertising costs to re-lease
Laws vary from state to state, but when you add up the costs and time down of an eviction, the results are the same. (Tens of thousands of lost dollars)Preventative medicine is the
These reports, supported by a
credit search, are priced to stay within any budget and comprehensive enough to give a landlord the necessary
information to determine if a prospective tenant is able to pay their rent and respect property rules.
Sometimes good tenants turn to bad tenants and landlords are frequently faced with having to collect their money.
Landlord2Landlord also offers the industries’ most effective revenue retrieval services to its members. Highly trained professionals are available to assist members through
the full rental cycle and beyond.
"With L2L, landlords are never alone and always have someone at their sides."