The VerticalRent Rewards Store offers free services to VerticalRent such as credit, criminal, and eviction tenant screening credits that never expire.
Erie, PA (PRWEB) February 17, 2015
Earning reward points towards free services with VerticalRent is now a feature available to more than 5,000 landlords across the United States. Customers will start earning points immediately for every credit, criminal, and eviction report processed.
Landlords and Property Managers are encouraged to submit a video testimonial of why they love VerticalRent to earn an instant 500 points. Landlords can also earn for purchasing state-specific lease agreements or by enrolling in the online rent collection program.
Landlords, Property Managers, and Brokers can:
- Earn +50 points for every applicant credit report
- Earn +50 points for every applicant criminal report
- Earn +50 points for every applicant eviction report
- Earn +100 points for each state-specific lease agreement
- Earn +200 points for enrolling in online rent collection
- Earn +500 points for submitting a video testimonial
- Earn +500 points for every year you're a subscriber
VerticalRent is further rewarding loyal customers with 500 points for every year enrolled in a Premium or Professional subscription plan. The VerticalRent Rewards Store offers free services to VerticalRent such as credit, criminal, and eviction tenant screening credits that never expire. Other products of the Rewards Store include eGift cards to major retailers like Amazon.com, Home Depot, and Lowes.
VerticalRent is FCRA-compliant tenant screening software. Our product is designed to assist property managers, landlords, and tenant screening firms that require advanced tenant screening capabilities. We also provide attorney-approved leases, sample real estate forms, a basic accounting system, no-cost online rent collection, vacancy advertising, and premium tenant screening services with no-cost credit, criminal, and eviction reports. View our tenant screening guide or download our free eBook, The Small American Landlord.