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驱逐是否会出现在犯罪背景调查中?

申请成为出租物业租户可能感觉像是在展示您的整个生活。房东通常需要申请人提供大量信息,但这个过程确实有一个目的:业主希望保护他们的投资和他们的社区。这就是为什么犯罪背景调查通常是该过程的一部分的原因。 

驱逐是房东寻找的最常见的“危险信号”,但租房申请人和房东都对驱逐报告感到困惑。租户从以前的房产中被驱逐 会出现在犯罪历史报告中吗? 

几乎在所有情况下,答案是否定的。这些报告仅提及刑事事项,驱逐通常是民事事项。虽然房东可能会在此类报告中看到过去的定罪,但他们不会看到驱逐。请注意,这一事实并不意味着对租户的所有背景调查都  忽略了驱逐——只有那些专门检查犯罪背景数据的。

作为审查过程的一部分,房东通常要求申请人同意进行信用检查。驱逐更有可能出现在本报告中,特别是当法院下令驱逐并执行民事判决时。根据 FCRA,驱逐在您的信用报告中保留不超过七年,尽管一些州进一步缩短了这一期限。 

房东应该知道信用报告并不是驱逐的包罗万象。一些房东可能会提交驱逐通知,只是为了从租户那里重新获得财产的所有权,从不寻求归还或退还前租户所欠的租金。这些驱逐不会出现在信用报告中,因为它们不是金钱判断。房东需要对租户进行背景调查,重点是驱逐申请,而不仅仅是判断。 

包含判断的报告使用租户的姓名和地址历史记录来查找记录匹配。如果他们以前的房东提交了适当的法庭文件,他们可能会包含有关任何或所有租户先前驱逐的信息。如果您曾因违反租赁条款或未付款而被法律要求交出租金,这些行为可能会出现在驱逐报告中。 

如果您想更好地了解房东在对租户进行背景调查时可能会看到什么,请访问 GOOHO.CN 浏览您自己的记录。


Applying to become a rental property tenant may feel like putting your entire life on display. Landlords often require extensive information from applicants, but the process does have a purpose: property owners want to both protect their investment and their communities. That’s the reason why criminal background checks are typically a part of the process. 

Evictions are the most common “red flag” that landlords look for, but there is confusion among both rental applicants and landlords regarding eviction reporting. Will a tenant’s eviction from a previous property show up on a criminal history report? 

In almost every case, the answer is no. These reports only contain references to criminal matters, and evictions are typically civil matters. While a landlord may see past convictions on such a report, they will not see evictions. Note that this fact does not mean that all background checks for tenants omit evictions–only those that specifically check criminal background data.

Landlords often require applicant consent to a credit check as part of the vetting process. Evictions are more likely to appear in this report, particularly when a court orders an eviction and enforces a civil judgment to that effect. Per the FCRA, evictions remain on your credit report for no more than seven years, though some states have further reduced this period. 

Landlords should know that credit reports are not a catch-all for evictions. Some landlords may file an eviction notice only to regain possession of the property from the tenant, never seeking restitution or back rent still owed by the former occupant. These evictions won’t show up on a credit report because they are not monetary judgments. A landlord would need to order background checks for tenants that focus on eviction filings instead of just judgments. 

Judgment-inclusive reports use a tenant’s name and address to history to find record matches. They may include information on any or all of a tenant’s prior evictions if their previous landlords made the proper court filings. If you have ever been legally required to surrender a rental for breaking the terms of a lease or non-payment, these actions may appear on an eviction report. 

If you want to better understand what landlords may see when they conduct background checks for tenants, explore your own records with backgroundchecks.com.


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