Tenancy Check is part of Equifax.

 

About Equifax

Equifax powers the financial future of individuals and organisations around the world. Using the combined strength of unique trusted data, technology and innovative analytics, Equifax has grown from a consumer credit company into a leading provider of insights and knowledge that helps its customers make informed decisions. The company organises, assimilates and analyses data on more than 820 million consumers and more than 91 million businesses worldwide, and its database includes employee data contributed from more than 6,600 employers.

 

Headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., Equifax operates or has investments in 24 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe and more recently in the Asia Pacific region, with the acquisition of Veda, a data analytics company and the leading provider of credit information and analysis in Australia and New Zealand. Combined the companies bring nearly 170 years of data and insights experience to the marketplace. 

 

Equifax is a member of Standard & Poor's (S&P) 500® Index, and its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol EFX. Equifax employs approximately 9,400 employees worldwide.

 

Visit www.equifax.com.au for more information.

 

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:

 

Tenant Check

  • Recommended tenants by other agents

  • Tenant checks conducted by other agents and property managers

  • Tenants previously or currently renting with another agency

  • Irregular rental payment history

  • Broken conditions of lease (monetary and non-monetary)

  • Unpaid residential tenancy tribunal or court orders as reported by agents

  • Vacated tenants owing money for rent arrears in excess of the bond

  • Vacated tenants owing money for rent arrears, damages, cleaning, rubbish removal, etc

  • Tenants that have abandoned a property without notice

  • Tenants that have been issued a termination order as a result of objectionable behavior

  • Tenants that have been issued a termination order as a result of repeated breaches of the lease

 

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. 

 

Complete the form today.

General Disclaimer

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).