How does Complygate help Landlords save money?
With end-to-end tenant screening checks, Complygate saves you time and money .
Tenant screening is the process by which landlords and leasing agents assess a potential renter's financial and personal appropriateness. Pre-employment screening (Employment Vetting) verifies a job applicant's qualifications and ensures that he or she satisfies the job's prerequisites. While performing pre-employment checks, it's vital to figure out if the candidate has withheld crucial information or somehow falsified themselves. Pre-employment screening is sometimes viewed as a personality test in this manner.
How Complygate Can Help You Save Money?
Switching to Complygate reduces tenant vetting expenses by 70% to 93 per cent for estate agencies and landlords as it provides 8 checks on one platform and Complygate's cutting-edge technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) has made Complygate be an award-winning Background Check solution.
Complygate provides a cutting-edge pre-employment screening (pre-employment check) platform to Human resources and enforcement professionals to aid in the battle against fraud. With our comprehensive Employment Background Check, you can minimalize fraud and ensure that your workers are who they say they are.
What Checks should be made for tenant vetting and how much time is involved?
Credit checks, identity checks, pre-employment checks, and previous landlord references are all part of the process. You may still request bank statements to see if they can pay their living expenses. The most important checks that Tenant screening involves are identity and credit checks, these two searches require less than 30 seconds and are performed in real-time.
What laws do landlords need to be conscious of while performing background checks on tenants?
Methods and approaches for tenancy screening must adhere to all applicable laws and regulations. To help make sure that pre-employment screening processes do not infringe on an applicant's right to privacy, disclose any details that organizations may find in an inappropriate manner or without proper justification and use of information for discrimination purposes, the following legislation should be considered:
All online and offline checks are subject to the same discriminatory laws.
- Immigration, Asylum, and Nationality Act 2006; Employment Rights Act 1996; The Data Protection Act of 1998, the Equality Act of 2010, and the Human Rights Act of 2010 (1998) and the Data Protection Directive of 2012.
- Several other legislations are also relevant, such as the Computer Misuse Act of 1990.
Before implementing any new policies, landlords should get legal guidance.