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Service to evaluate tenants: evaluation 360

Service to evaluate tenants: evaluation 360

With the goal of being more useful and practicial, Evaluation 360 offers a more complete approach to evaluating your future tenants. This evaluation is structured in 7 stages, and is dependent on how swiftly you provide us the necessary documents and information.

We will then initiate the Evaluation 360 process which enables you to analyze the potential tenant's situation, that is to say the verification of the files at the Rental Board, civil and criminal files at the Courthouse, confirming the identity of the current landlord, the tenant's behaviour vis à vis the current landlord, and checks on his employment income.

Cases of fraud are unfortunately more numerous and identity theft more frequent. A more thorough verification adapted to the needs of the landlords of rental buildings is now the required solution.

This process is normally completed within a 24 to 72 hour delay, which varies because we must in certain cases wait for the person's employer or current landlord to call us back.

The results are communicated to you by telephone, fax or through our secure intelligent software which receives information in an encrypted form.

You will then have the information which will enable you to better evaluate the solvency as well as the reputation and the seriousness of your potential tenants.

This evaluation could be combined with your own first impressions of your potential tenants, especially when they visit the dwelling for rent. In listening to your potential tenants, you could establish links between the results of the investigation and their behaviour at the time when they visit the dwelling, which when combined, will improve your decision-making process.

This way you can avoid a lot of trouble fater the fact stemming from repeated complaints and disaapointments. The policy of renting to a tenant at all costs has left certain landlords wiht a bitter taste in their mouths (never ending cases at the Rental Board, damage to the dwelling, harassment and many other nuisances). It is also important to take the proper measures when a tenant leaves in order to preserve harmonious relations with your tenants.

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About the author

Martin A. Messier

Me Martin A. Messier a fait ses études au Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf avant de continuer ses études en droit à l'Université de Montréal. Il est membre du Barreau du Québec depuis 1992, et œuvre auprès des propriétaires de logements locatifs depuis 1993.

Il est entre autres président de l'Association des propriétaires du Québec, propriétaire d'une compagnie de gestion immobilière. Il est fréquemment invité comme conférencier dans le cadre de conférences et de séminaires juridiques et de gestion portant sur le louage immobilier.

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