Washington Tenant Screening

Washington Tenant Screening2018-01-25T21:56:31+00:00


The United States has over 1 million residents in rental housing, which is 35% of the total US population. In Washington, almost 13% of the state’s population is in apartment housing. TenantReports.com can help Washington landlords with tenant screening to make the application and rental process faster and easier than ever.

Washington tenant screening information uses records dating back to 1961. Information obtained through screening cannot be used to alter a current rental agreement, unless the tenant is shown to have breached said agreement.

Visit the state tenant screening law website

Important Tenant Screening Regulation In Washington

Court Records

The Administrative Office of the Courts keeps a public database of all felonies and misdemeanors in the state, spanning from 1997 to present day.

Eviction History

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

Department of Corrections

The Department of Corrections records felony convictions from 1961 onward. Information such as date of birth and social security number may be included with the report.

Court Searches History

Court researchers will compile a list of criminal records for the last seven years prior to the request.

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