How do you ensure your database is as comprehensive as possible?

How do you ensure your database is as comprehensive as possible?

Dear Samii

This is great oriented at Landlords and letting agencies as Experience and like does not really apply to tenants reference.

What procedure do you have in place to ensure your database is as comprehensive as possible? How do you encourage all agencies and landlords to report to you how their current or past tenants have behaved, not only pay rents, but the attitude towards the property as well as their landlords? Government has been vilifying landlords. It’s the time for landlords to take things under control with bad tenants.

Samii says

Thank you for your email and your interest in what we do.
We have been working and promoting our services for over 7 years and in that time we have been continuing to grow.
We only share data on the landlord or agent with the tenant as the search term, we then offer a future landlord the arrears and damage data as supplied by that landlord along with the landlords contact details. You can then discuss the applicant as a previous landlords reference and decide how to continue,
I hope this explains for you. Do feel free to join us. It costs nothing to join our forums however in order to access all member areas an activation deposit will be requested which will go towards any future purchases.
Any further questions just ask.

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Author: SamiiB-P

Senior PR Officer at TenantReferencingUK.com & Admin at NLCEuk.co.uk . Any queries email me at: samii.boydprice@nlceuk.co.uk / samii@landlordreferencing.co.uk or give me a call on: 0800 9994 994 (option 6).

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