Alberta Landlords – You Can Become a Member of the Alberta Landlords Association To Find Great Tenants! Join Up and Get Premium Credit Checks for Only $10 / Check!
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Experienced Alberta landlords know the secret to being a successful landlord in Alberta is to find great tenants (all the while, not renting to the bad ones out there!)
There is a huge group of good tenants coming to our province and they are looking for good landlords. It’s up to you to make sure you find them and they find you!
So What Do You Mean When You Write Good Tenant?
We believe a good tenant is someone who:
1. Good Tenants Pay Their Rent in a Timely Manner
You are their landlord, not their banker. Tenants need to make sure they pay on time. After all, you have to pay your mortgage on time.
2. Good Tenants Make Paying Rent a Priority
Everyone can have some financial blips. Tenants will make sure they contact you if they have to be a day or two late (and provide you with a good reason they are being late this one time).
3. Good Tenants Show Consideration and Respect Towards Their Landlord
You treat your tenants with consideration and respect and good tenants will do the same thing back to you.
4. Good Tenants Take Care of the Rental Property
You won’t have to worry about finding a huge mess when they move out.
5. Good Tenants Communicate With Their Landlord
Is there some leaking happening? Tenants will make sure you know about it so it can be repaired before it becomes major damage requiring an expensive repair.
Okay, Makes Sense. So What Do You Mean By ‘Bad’ Tenant?”
These are tenants who don’t pay rent and don’t respect the landlord or the rental property.
Unfortunately there are a lot of examples out there. Just take a look at what happened to this honest and hard-working Calgary landlord who got burned by sneaky bad tenants (and ended up costing him over $100,000 in losses and he had to sell his rental!)
Remember, good tenants are out there and you just need to find them.
Can You Help Me To Search for Good Tenants?
Yes! One of the keys to run a credit check on all potential tenants. In fact, you really need to run a credit check to make sure you who you are renting to.
I’m Wondering What Does a Tenant Credit Check Show?
A tenant credit check will provide Alberta landlords with the information you need to know to make sure you are renting to the right person.
What Information Is Included With a Tenant Credit Check?
You will be able to verify a bunch of things your tenants wrote in their application.
For instance, you can check their addresses, employment and financial history.
So What’s The Way To Do A Tenant Credit Check?
It’s now easy and simple for landlords to run credit checks.
For only only a one-time registration fee you can join the Alberta Landlords Association.
Not only do you get great documents and a Private Members forum where you can chat with other landlords, you get access to premium credit checks for only $10 Per Check!
While other associations charge you an annual fee, the Alberta Landlords Association exists only to help landlords and only charges a one-time fee!
Alberta Landlords – Become a Member of the Alberta Landlords Association and Start Running Premium Tenant Credit Checks for Only $10 / Check! It’s the Deal of a Life-time!