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What does the screening report look like? What is included in it?
What does the screening report look like? What is included in it?
Here's what our screening report that you send to prospective tenants looks like in your TurboTenant portal
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Written by Tony
Updated over a week ago

Screenings through TurboTenant are both comprehensive and easy to read. You can view screenings:

On the Web

Our screening reports start with a summary that allows you to see the information you need at a glance:

Here's what else is included in the report:

  • Full Credit Report with a score from TransUnion

  • Payment History

  • Fraud Indicators

  • Credit Screening Recommendation (Accept, Conditional, Deny, etc.)

  • Full criminal background check (checks over 200 million records)

  • Collection History

  • Civil Records

  • Inquiries

  • A full eviction check (compares over 25 million eviction records from all 50 states)

  • Failure to Pay Rent

  • Judgments for Rent, Possession, and Money

  • Unlawful Detainers

  • Writs and Warrants of Eviction

Disclaimer: Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Massachusetts, South Dakota, New Jersey, and Wyoming are 7 states that TransUnion will not provide criminal history for. New York eviction histories are no longer displayed on reports to be in accordance with state laws.

For more information on requesting the report, click here. To learn how you can verify applicant-reported income once you receive the report, click here.

Video Walkthrough

This brief video walks you through how to screen a tenant via TurboTenant. Spoiler: It's really easy.

Example Report


On the TurboTenant mobile app

You will see a similar layout and the same information when using the TurboTenant mobile app.

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