Commercial Tenant Credit Reports enable commercial property owners to run commercial tenant reports on prospective tenants before leasing office, warehouse or retail space.
AAA Credit Screening Services understands a property owner’s need to protect their property and to feel secure in their commercial leasing decisions. That is why AAACSS is now offering Commercial Tenant Credit Reports.
Commercial Tenant Credit Reports can be divided up into two categories: business reports, and individual principal(s) reports.
Commercial Tenant Credit Report packages available are: Business Summaries, Commercial Intelliscores, and Business Profiles.
Business Summary Report
These reports include a snap shot of the business’ credit history, including legal data. It will provide the number of trade lines the company has open, any court judgments or tax liens levied against them, bankruptcy filings, and more. This report will also include the date of incorporation, the filing status (“Active Business”, etc.) and the principal officer’s names.
These are one-page reports with credit information, just like the Business Summary reports, but also adds current DBT (days beyond terms) information in trade agreements, monthly average DBT and the total outstanding trade balances. It will also include the higherst amount extended to the company by a creditor as well as number of collections accounts and any monetary sums of legal filings. Commercial Intelliscore reports also include Intelliscore Plus, which is a numerical rating resembling a business’ credit score. These scores range from “high risk” ro “low risk” based on the company’s credit history.
Business Profile Report
These reports are AAA Credit Screening’s most comprehensive business credit reports. The first page includes an executive summary, reviewing the information contained in the report as a quick reference. It includes the business’ current dollar weighted calculation of the average number of days that payments were made past the invoice due date range compared to all other companies and compared to other companies in the same industry. The overview also provides a graph with quarterly and 7-month DBT trends, and includes a summary of legal filings and collections, along with trade information. A performance analysis report for the business is also included, assessing indicators of payment trends and comparing the business’s payment speed with others in the same industry.
What makes the business profile report unique, is that following the summary there is a complete report on accounts with each creditor, balance and DBT. Details on all legal filings and collections are also included.
If the company is a new business establishing within the past year, you might find that your commercial tenant credit report will be quite thin and can’t be compared to other companies. Commercial property owners may feel that such a thin credit report is not sufficient to make a final decision and can therefore choose to run credit reports on the individuals or principals of the company wanting to lease their property.
Running both the business credit reports such as Commercial Intelliscore in tandem with individual credit reports allow property managers to have a better grasp of the company’s principals and credit worthiness before signing leasing contracts.
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