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Rentcheck

Are you shown as a good tenant?

Check your name

$25 inc. GST

RentCheck is one of the reporting tools property managers can use to check a tenant's identity and view any reported breaches in their rental history (Blacklist).*

RentCheck verifies your ID and uses government records and a rental check on the Equifax National Tenancy Database (NTD) including the Australian Government's Document Verification Service (DVS), to give Property Managers and Landlords comfort that your rental application is trustworthy.

Get a RentCheck to identify possible issues before you apply for a rental.

Your RentCheck covers

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Tenancy database history

It's possible you may have problems listed on your National Tenancy Database file. Check now so you can fix or explain any issues listed.

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Identity verification

It's important to check your identity can be verified by the property manager and landlord, or you may be rejected when you apply for a rental. Your ID will be checked against Equifax's identify verification service.

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Court information

Have you ever been in court for any reason? Bankruptcies, writs & courts judgements against your name will be listed. Check your tenancy report so you can explain any listings.

Get your RentCheck in 3 simple steps

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Step 1

Click 'Check your name' and enter your details

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Step 2

Order your RentCheck.
$25 inc. GST

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Step 3

Receive your RentCheck report via email in just a few minutes.

What should I do once I have my RentCheck?

There are three possible courses of action depending on what your RentCheck says about you. 

1. If your identity is verified and there are no negative notes:

Add your RentCheck to your applications and get ahead of the crowd!

2. If your identity is verified with negative notes:

You now have the opportunity to explain to a prospective landlord why you have notes on your record.

3. If your identity could not be verified:

See your RentCheck for information on how to correct this.

*Please note that RentCheck does not include any information recorded on other tenancy databases that may be used by some agents, including TICA, TRA, and an agent’s own internal records.