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New California Law Highlights Urgent for Landlords to Work with Tenant Screening Company; Opines Ten


Immigrant Tenant Protection Act is moving through California Legislator and highlights an immediate, urgent need that landlords work with well qualified third-party tenant screening agencies in order to maintain and continue compliance with existing and new law governing the apartment rental industry. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of TenantScreeningUSA.com offers an opinion: “Rules of law governing tenant screening are increasingly complex and a best practice is for landlords and property managers to work with tenant screening agencies in order to remain compliant.”

AB291 continues to make its way through California Legislator and will protect undocumented workers from harassment by landlords. Adam Almeida, President and CEO of TenantScreeningUSA.com states: “This new law in California should remind every landlord and property manager to work closely with a tenant screening company, one that is well versed in laws governing the use of public records and related documents in tenant screening.” FULL RELEASE

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