We are in the business of collecting and showing off great tenants. F2R tenants are pre-qualified by virtue of their past accomplishments, present characteristics, and future indicators. How high can you score?
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The Tenant has multiple red flags and/or a proven track record of poor performance. Their score is being negatively impacted by a repeated pattern of having inflicted property damage, being late with rent payments, and/or having been evicted. They’ve received multiple unfavorable Landlord reviews and often have an extended history of credit issues. Tenants in this category should be considered at high risk for lease defaults, income loss incursion, and/or increased operational costs to service.
The Tenant has several negative indicators dotting their rental history. They have at least one negative review in their profile as well as some negative credit indicators which could be compounded by a limited renting history. They may have a history of late payments but are not likely to have defaulted on an obligation entirely. They are at medium risk for lease defaults, income loss incursion, and/or increased operational costs to service.
The Tenant has little to no negative indicators or a generally neutral renting profile. They could also have enough positive indicators to offset detrimental marks in instances of longer renting histories. The Tenant has at least one positive landlord review or a guarantor willing to co-sign their lease. They are at low risk for lease defaults, income loss incursion, and/or increased operational costs to service.
The Tenant has a solid track record as an experienced renter or possesses traits and characteristics that predict a high degree of dependability and conscientiousness in the future. They often have multiple positive landlord reviews and are sought out by reputable owners. They have good credit, a great job, and may have owned a home in the past. They are at extremely low risk for negative outcomes and may in fact save you money in the long-term if you rent to them.
The Tenant is the best of the best, possessing a long, proven history as a trusted leasing partner. They are likely to have owned a home and are often experienced landlords themselves who will have your best interests in mind. They epitomize the responsibility and dependability we look for and quite likely to save you time and money in servicing the property they occupy. This is the best insurance policy you can give yourself as a landlord.