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Protect Yourself! Deny a Tenant the Legal Way. Comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Unfortunately, not everyone has good credit and at times you will have to deny a prospective tenant. Notification must be in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and include certain requirements that we include in all of our letters. According to the FCRA you can deny a prospective applicant in writing, orally, or by electronic means as long as you include the appropriate reasons for denial. If you do not have the time or expertise to send out your own letter, have us do it for you. Please request your denial letter in writing by fax (1-800-352-4588), or email to

Don’t Hesitate to Evict- If the Tenant is Late One Day After the Grace Period Send a Notice to Vacate

The National Association of Independent Landlords can send out a legal notice to vacate to your tenant for a $15 charge. Please send us the property address, tenant's name, exact amount owed, and the number of days requred by law that your tenant is entitled to be notified before eviction can occur ( If you would like for us to provide the number of days required by your state we can do so for an additional $10 charge). Please specify which service you would like on your written request to us. Specialty letters may be sent for ‘violations of the lease’ (please send a request with a copy of your lease and the exact violation). Please request your vacate notice in writing by fax (1-800-352-4588), or email to

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