AUSTIN, Texas — deverus today announced their newest product in the deverus Instant Advantage program — the deverus/NBD National RegistryCHECK Data Integration Service. This service allows consumers to place orders for national tenant screening – and receive results instantly.

The deverus/NBD National RegistryCHECK provides public landlord-tenant court records, specific to rental housing payments, to help consumers select the applicants who are most likely to fulfill their lease obligation. This extensive tenant rental information is not available from credit reports, yet has proven to be a leading indicator of future rental payment behavior. No other service offers such comprehensive information designed specifically for the multifamily housing industry.

“With this product, consumers have access to the nation’s largest database of tenant-landlord records with collections conducted at thousands of court houses across the country. Literally, hundreds of thousands of new records are added monthly,” says deverus Director of Client Services, Michelle Clark.

She adds, “Our clients have spoken on the need for such a service, and we at deverus have responded with this new integration. We are excited to be able to provide a product that meets the ever evolving needs of the screening industry and continuing in the deverus tradition of helping the screening industry diversify, compete, and grow.”

About deverus
Founded in 1998, deverus is the leading provider of software, integration technology, and strategic services for the background check industry. From system-to-system integration, customized and off the shelf enterprise level applications, to sophisticated tools that manage the information supply chain, deverus enables background check companies to dramatically lower operating expenses and increase revenues by connecting to customers, employees, and information sources online, anytime, from anywhere.

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