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The threat of eviction by itself is not enough to control professional rent home tenants who know the law and understand the system. However, by adding the power to expose bad tenants ?to the world?, landlords can double their power to prevent property damage, broken leases, and unpaid rent.
Once the tenant has been reported to the national credit bureaus, there is no where to hide, because negative credit effects tenant housing, future credit and even employment for seven years. All professionally run retailers, banks and car dealers, utility companies and apartments have this power and it works.
Sign up here to become a member of the National Association of Independent Landlords to report a delinquent tenant to the credit bureau, or call us at 1-800-352-3395 for more information.
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