Tenancy Check is part of Equifax.
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Avoiding potential financial loss
With Tenancy Check, Equifax aims to improve transparency for Australian property investors and help reduce potential financial loss.
A Tenancy Check report provides property investors with a report providing insight to an individual's past tenancy history.
What's in the report?
A Tenancy Check report may contain information on:
Public Record Search
Court writs or judgments
Individual bankruptcy notices
Directorship or proprietorship information
Help protect your property and avoid the potential financial loss on your investment by screening applicants.
Simply complete the form by entering the tenant and property details and a Tenancy Check report will be emailed to you immediately.
The information contained in TenancyCheck.com.au website is general information only and does not constitute legal, financial or compliance advice. As the laws relating to tenancy agreements may have changed we recommend you check with the relevant State or Territory government department. We also recommend that you obtain your own independent legal advice about matters relating to landlord obligations, tenant rights and any legal disputes you may have with a tenant(s).