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Tenancy databases are used to protect a property owner's investment. However, unfair and old listings can disadvantage some people when they try to secure private rental housing.
What this means for you
As a property manager, we are required by law to let you know which databases we use to check your rental history.
At Horizon Housing we use the TICA tenancy database.
What if I am listed?
If you are listed on a tenancy database that we use, we are required by law to let you know that you are listed, and provide you with the contact details of the database operator so you can find out information about your listing.
Where can I get further information?
If you would like more information about tenancy database laws you can visit the Residential Tenancies Authority website at rta.qld.gov.au or call 1300 366 311.
TICA is the largest Tenant Screening Service in Australia. Over 6,500 members access TICA's databases to enquire on tenancy applicants.
This database is used to source information as to whether an applicant for a tenancy agreement has in the past, for example, caused damage to a previous rental property or vacated a property leaving behind amounts unpaid for rent or other charges.
A favourable tenancy history and a good track record is one of the most important references an individual can have in the renting sector.
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