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How Do I Add Eviction to a Tenant Credit Report?

Bankruptcy Law Gather information regarding the tenant who was evicted. You will need the full name, Social Security number and address. Additional information such as a driver's license number is also helpful. The consumer reporting agency will also need the details of why the tenant was evicted, such as failure to pay rent or destruction of property. Once all information is together, contact a consumer credit reporting agency. Companies like AAA Credit Screening Services and RentLaw collect consumer rental information for reporting in consumer and tenant history reports. After a month or two, go back and review consumer and tenant history reports to confirm that the eviction information was added. This will help to insure that the consumer is penalized for past grievances by finding it more difficult to rent properties in the future. It will also help other landlords avoid the risks of having a bad tenant. 

Do you have an eviction on your credit report that is holding you back from renting an apartment? We can help! Make sure to speak to Jacoby & Jacoby either online or call us at 631-289-4600 to schedule a FREE consultation. We can review your individual situation and answer all of your questions.


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