Property Manager & Landlord Resources
Explore the way investment property experts handle the job of property management with American Family’s Landlord Toolbox. Take a look at this guide for landlords that makes managing rental property easy.
A Guide For Landlords And Property Managers
Whether you’re a new landlord or a seasoned property manager, American Family Insurance has the tools you need to help your business thrive. Because protection for your real estate investments is more than just great insurance, we’ve filled this guide with important resources to manage key aspects of your business and marketing insights to help your property management company succeed.
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Powerful Partnerships for Your Business
Determining a tenant’s ability to pay the rent is no small task. Our partnership with TransUnion’s SmartMove can help to take the guesswork out of selecting the right tenant for your rental property. Whether you’re a local landlord, or managing properties across the nation, you’ll get background check details to make this important decision.
Save With SmartMove
You’ll receive a full analysis of your prospective tenant’s financial and criminal history along with data on previous evictions. Their ResidentScore takes these and other key factors into account, delivering you the information you need to make an informed decision. Here’s what you’ll get with SmartMove:
- Credit, criminal and eviction reports. Their Income Insights report tell you which applicants need additional income verification.
- Internet-based for ease-of-use. Start screening tenants in minutes and get fast results — all of it delivered and managed online.
- Tenant screening made simple. You’ll get a credit-based renter recommendation. SmartMove helps you pick the right tenant for your rental property.
This article is for informational purposes only and is available through different sources. This information does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice. You should contact your attorney for legal advice specific to your situation.