- Report Rent Not Paid to Credit Bureaus
- 22x More Effective Than Alternative Methods
- 1 Time Debt Reporting Fee, No Hidden Costs
- Respectful and Informative Communication
- Registered Repayment Plans Available
Collect Unpaid Rent from Former Leases
Inform the Credit Bureaus of Outstanding Rental Debt
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Report Unpaid Rent and Recover Debts From Former Leases
Former Tenants are motivated to contact you when they are informed of the debt on their credit.
Report rent not paid to the Credit Bureaus easily and on your own schedule, day or night.
Keep track of rent not paid in one place, easy to use and update when payments get made.
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Report the Rent Debt to Credit Bureaus
The debtor will receive alerts until the debt is resolved
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Do Credit Bureau Collections Work?
FrontLobby enables Landlords to report rent not paid by former Tenants to the Credit Bureaus. As a result, until the debtor pays in full, the rent debt will show on their Credit Report and their credit score may be impacted. This provides incentive for the former Tenant to communicate and ensure the debt is paid promptly.
With FrontLobby’s Debt Reporting tool, Landlords can inform their former Tenants of the impact a debt has on their credit. For those who wish to clear the rent debt but require additional time, FrontLobby enables Landlords to register payment plans.
How to Collect Unpaid Rent After a Tenant Moves Out?
Collecting unpaid rent after a Tenant moves out can be both time-consuming and stressful. Your business could suffer due to this loss of income and countless hours could be spent trying to recover rent not paid.
Many Landlords do not know how to collect rent after a Tenant moves out without paying or without notice. Their options typically include small claims court, collecting through a bank levy, wage garnishment, or hiring a debt collections agency.
An alternative method is for Landlords to report the rent debt to the Credit Bureaus for the purpose of collecting the outstanding balance, once reported the rent arrears will show on the Tenant’s Credit Report until it is cleared.
Report a Tenant to a Collection Agency
Landlords can report a former Tenant to a collection agency to help recover unpaid rent. However, most collection agencies work on commissions and the Landlord will owe a percentage of the debt, typically 30-50%, to the collection agency.
When Landlords choose to report rent not paid to the Credit Bureaus through FrontLobby they keep 100% of the debt recovered. FrontLobby does not negotiate payments, arrange payments or handle payments.
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“This is a fantastic value add tool that we’re excited to be using. As Property Managers, it helps to reduce our risk but the bonus is that our clients and our tenants gain just as much from it as we do.”
Jason, Vionell Holdings Property Management