EvictionRecords.com recently launched a new tenant screening blog design
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
While EvictionRecords.com has long held the reputation of being a provider of reliable and accurate tenant reports, EvictionRecords.com is gearing up for a whole new look. The company recently launched a new tenant screening blog design, and the website will be redesigned in early December. The goal is to improve the experience for the customer, and allow them to easily find the information they need about eviction records and tenant reports.
The new blog design allows customers to read the latest tenant eviction reports news, tenant criminal reports news, and updates from the company. With large, clear print and a sleek design, it's easy for clients to browse the page and get the information they need at a glance. In addition, readers can quickly link the blog posts to their favorite social media networks. Each post can be pinned to Pinterest, liked on Facebook or shared on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.
In December, the company will unveil a new design for its website. EvictionRecords.com aims to provide customers with the most user-friendly website possible. This redesign makes obtaining information and placing an order easier than ever before. The tenant criminal records and tenant eviction records are now easier to read and print. Customers will love the fact that the new design is both visually appealing and user-friendly.
In addition to instantly providing customers with accurate, easy-to-read tenant reports, EvictionRecords.com considers customer service to be a top priority. The company has earned a reputation of truly listening to client input and making those changes happen. The new design of the blog and the website reflects the needs, wants and desires of the customers who use EvictionRecords.com on a regular basis.
Eviction Records provides accurate and affordable tenant screening solutions to help landlords and property managers make informed tenant screening decisions. Tenant screening services include: tenant eviction reports, tenant criminal reports, a federal report search, county court criminal reports, a national sex offender registry search, identity verification, and an address history trace.