CIC’s Resident Screening Blog, the multifamily housing industry’s best source for tenant screening knowledge, property management tips including legislative changes, and employment related topics, is excited to announce its re-launch.  Featuring a beautifully improved layout design will help readers reach quality information faster.

The new look is tailored to fit the busy property manager and rental owner. With an intuitive interface, Resident Screening Blog is fully responsive to your device, automatically resizing to fit your phone, tablet, computer, or any other device. Not only is it adaptable to size, but the new update features a polished sliding header, highlighting valuable topics for property managers.

Popular articles such as “Myths and Facts about Criminal Records”, “New Ways to Customize Your Online Rental Applications”, and “Are Applicants Giving You Fraudulent Paystubs?” educate property management staff and reveal better ways to improve occupancy.

Other changes such as informational categories, social media links, and clickable author bios are included within the new design, making navigating CIC’s Resident Screening Blog effortless.

In celebration of the re-launch, Resident Screening Blog is hosting a contest for all new subscribers! One lucky winner will receive a large Coach tote bag, perfect for carrying around all your work essentials.

To enter the contest, subscribe using the form below:

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

One winner will be randomly selected and the results will be announced via Twitter @CICReports and through email. This contest ends October 29th, 2015.

About the Author

Author Becky BowerBecky Bower is a communications intern here at the Resident Screening Blog. She holds a degree in English, with a focus in creative writing, from CSU Channel Islands. Her biggest weakness is cake and favorite superhero is Batman.

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