RAWV in collaboration with Moco Inc. is pleased to offer MyScreeningReport.com® (MSR) – the industry’s first applicant initiated, reusable tenant screening service. MSR streamlines the application process by providing you with the tools necessary to send applicant invitations and view comprehensive tenant screening reports all from your MSR dashboard.
Why Use MyScreeningReport.com®
- Instant Account Setup
- Application Storage
- No cost to you – the applicant pays for their report
- Access to the most comprehensive reports available
- Direct access to applicant reports right from your MSR Dashboard
- Applicant Tracking System
- Simplified Report Sharing Process
How it Works
- Sign Up to create your FREE account – confirm your identity and intended use of MSR (permissible purpose) – as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Select “Invite Applicant” from your dashboard to generate an email invitation to your prospective tenant.
- The applicant is authenticated (confirms their identity), creates an account and submits their application and the applicable screening fee. The applicant is notified when their report is complete and is prompted to share their report with you directly through MyScreeningReport.com®.
- You login to your MSR landlord account, review your applicant’s screening report and make your leasing decision!
MSR is a Reusable Screening Report
MyScreeningReport.com® is the industry’s first (and thus far only) comprehensive reusable tenant screening report as defined in Washington State’s RLTA – RCW 59.18.030. MSR reports may be shared with one or more landlords (via our secure sharing platform) for 30 days from the report completion date – for which there is no additional charge. Credit is pulled each time the report is shared – ensuring the landlord is looking at the most current data available. MSR credit inquiries are soft – meaning they do not impact the applicant’s credit score.
If you have questions — you can email support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prior to obtaining any information about a prospective tenant, the landlord must first notify the prospective tenant in writing, or by posting of:
- What types of information will be accessed to conduct the tenant screening;
- What criteria may result in a denial of the application; and
- If a consumer report is used, the name and address of the consumer reporting agency and the prospective tenant’s right to obtain a free copy of the consumer report in the event of a denial or other adverse action, and to dispute the accuracy of information appearing in the consumer report.”
RAWV has developed a Sample Criteria form for members to use or modify, and MOCO has a Sample Criteria document you can review and use to build your own Criteria. Click the following links:
Sample Criteria – Form #13
MOCO – Landlord Considerations