Here's How It Works
DepositShield's Property Background Report covers 99% of all residential addresses in the United States and will reveal negative activity recorded on public records for property ownership. Our report empowers tenants and alerts them concerning the potential for the most common forms of rental fraud that can lead to the loss of their entire rental deposit and/or worse, being evicted because of their landlord's financial problems.
- Know if a rental property is in danger of going into foreclosure
- Find out if a property is in foreclosure
- Find out who the legal owner is
- Know if any serious debt is attached to a rental property
Find Out in 3 Easy Steps What's Going On With Your Rental:
What's In a Report
Our goal is to provide a picture of what is happening with any residential property you're either looking to rent or currently living in. The best way to do this is to combine various elements of public record in an easy to understand format for tenants, not city officials. The following list is how most negative property transactions are reported to county, city and state municipalities.
This category of transactions reveals who owns your rental and if it's in good standing with its lending institution(s) and HOA: