Connecticut Tenant Screening

Connecticut Tenant Screening 2018-01-25T21:13:12+00:00

Overview

The United States has over 1 million residents in rental housing, which is 35% of the total US population. In Connecticut, almost 10% of the state’s population is in apartment housing. TenantReports.com can help Connecticut landlords with tenant screening to make the application and rental process faster and easier than ever.

Connecticut is one of several states that include traffic violations with court records in consumer reports. Landlords screening tenants will be able to find information dating back to as early as 1980. Representatives are also available to search court records from as far back as seven years prior to the request.

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Important Tenant Screening Regulation In Connecticut

Court Records

Connecticut court records not only include felonies and misdemeanors, but traffic violations and known aliases as well. Records date back to 1980.

Department of Corrections

Records from the Department of Corrections begin from the year 1995 onward. Information gathered includes the individual’s birth date and social security number.

Evictions

Eviction records can be searched up to seven years prior of the request.

Motor Vehicle Driving Records

Records such as DUI and suspensions can be searched up to three years prior to the request date.

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