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TheRRD offers instant tenant screening for agents, property managers

Aiming to be a one-stop shop for property managers, company reaches far and wide in its service offerings

Just a couple months after its rebrand, theRRD is aiming to be a one-stop-shop solution for real estate agents, property mangers and landlords throughout the nation. Based in Dallas, the company officially launched in 2010 as solely an incident reporting liaison for property managers and landlords, and has since broadened its reach to various facets of the real estate industry. Upon starting, the company was largely focused on making it possible for property managers and landlords to report and view any lease violations that do not end in eviction and/or a credit issue, such as property damage or missed rent -- anything that doesn't lead to a legal process. Because theRRD handles reporting of violations and disputes, it is technically treated as a credit bureau by the property manager and tenants. This platform came about when apartment complexes started offering move-in specials like a one-time $99 down to move in. Property managers were finding that individuals were tak...