Report Rent Payments

Tenant Screening and Reporting Rent Payments takes the Risk out of Renting.

Landlords and property managers have two options in which to report Rent Payments:

  1. Sign Up directly at Signup to Landlord Credit Bureau

  2. Sign Up with to obtain consumer reports and report Rent Payments to LCB from there.

Landlords can report rent payments to the LCB database which serves to minimize risk of income loss. When landlords advise the tenant that rent payments are reported to a credit reporting agency on the 3rd day of each month, chances are that the rent payment will be made on time as opposed to being days or weeks late.

In today’s residential rental world there are high risk and low risk tenants , high risk tenants impact a landlord's bottom line and often waste valuable landlord resources. i.e. time, money, hassles, stress, etc. It is important therefore to use every available tool to enhance the landlord business. Reporting rent payments is one such tool.

High risk tenants are often late with rent payments, do not make rent payments, cause damage to rental property, etc. When landlords report the delinquent payments of these tenants, it prevents them from using other landlords as a revolving line of credit. Tenancy becomes difficult for them to obtain and sooner or later they will have to change the way they treat landlords.

Where a high risk tenant is advised that a bad tenant history may affect future tenancy, there is a 50/50 chance that they will be persuaded to adhere to their responsibility of making rent payments on time. There are high risk tenants who fall into this category simply because there is no consequence for their actions, where there is... many of them will change their non-pay habits.

TVS recommends that you report the Rent Payments of all past (previous 2 yrs) and current tenants.

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