The National Tenancy Registry (NTR) Canada allows landlords, property managers and tenants toÂ report successful and unsuccessful tenanciesÂ benefiting good tenants and negatively impacting bad or high risk tenants. Reporting bad tenantsÂ or high risk tenants is easy withÂ NTR, and itâs free for tenants, landlords and propertyÂ managers.
How It Works
Finding a place to rent is hard! NTR helps show your next landlord how great you are. It saves time and the headache of getting a hold of your previous landlord. Tenants registered with NTR have a 30% higher chance of getting an apartment.
As legislation makes it harder to evict tenants, itâs important to identify the best and worst potential tenants. Bad or high risk tenants make up a small population of tenants, but it only takes one bad tenant to wipe out a yearâs worth of profit. NTR helps landlords and property managers across the country with the largest database in the country of registered tenancies. NTR minimizes risk of rental income loss, identifies good tenants, and weeds out the bad ones.