NTN Georgia

Redefining Resident Screening for More Than 35 Years

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NTN Georgia
PO Box 1664
Lake Oswego, OR 97035

Business Hours
Mon–Fri 8:30am–4:30pm ET

(770) 517-3456

(770) 517-3775


Welcome to NTN Georgia

National Tenant Network is the leader and innovator in resident screening and tenant performance reporting. National Tenant Network-Georgia, opened in 1994, works with over 5,000 subscribers who own or manage rental units throughout Georgia. Our clients include individual owners, realtors and brokers, apartment communities and management companies. We are experienced in handling all types of rental housing including market rate, assisted, tax credit, student and public housing.

NTN is proud to be Georgia’s largest provider of full service resident screening reports!

Full service reports include a NTN DecisionPoint/DecisionPoint Plus report, employment verification(s) and landlord verification(s).  Criminal history is also available.  Our expert screening specialists and our extensive library of resident screening resources insure that you’re getting the most accurate information possible.  Just send the application to NTN and we’ll do the rest.

  • Results within 48 hours
  • Direct contact with your applicant to resolve inconsistencies or questions
  • Everything you need to make an informed decision about your prospective resident

Prefer to screen your applicants instantly online?

If you choose to screen your applicants online, we have the solution for you. Our online resident screening products, NTN DecisionPoint and NTN DecisionPoint Plus, can be tailored to meet the needs of both individual owners and apartment communities.

Let us show you how NTN can be the best part of your resident screening process. Please call our office to learn more about putting NTN to work for you.

National Tenant Network, headquartered in Lake Oswego, Oregon, was founded by Edward Byczynski and incorporated in March, 1980. Seven years later, the company opened its first local office and today serves subscribers from over 30 regional offices nationwide.

Helpful Resources

Fair Housing Institute

Safeguarding Personal Information

Annual Credit Report


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NTN SecurePay enables collection of online payments from Residents after your company’s account has been established. You will simply follow the prompts to establish a merchant account with EMS, which should take 3 to 5 days. Once your company’s account has been activated, your tenants will be able to pay rent and other invoices through the Tenant Portal with credit or debit cards.

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Tips for Successful Resident Screening

Most landlords, even some ‘pros,’ are still practicing the old way of doing things—they take a social security number, make one phone call, and rent to the person. Then they wonder where the problems are coming from. Well, the old methods don’t work anymore. Quit relying on character judgment. For managing rental property, it does not work. Have a set application process, written down. Applicants must meet all the criteria. If they do, rent to them. If they don’t, don’t rent to them. It is simple, legal, and fair.

Proper tenant screening increases occupancy and retention. Nothing in the fair housing laws forbids you from setting fair screening guidelines and applying them equally to all applicants. Keep in mind that every person belongs to these protected classes—each of us can be defined in terms of our race, color, religion, sex, and national origin, for example. So any time you deny an applicant, you have, in a sense, denied someone who belongs to a protected class. The question is whether or not you treat applicants or tenants unfairly because of the class to which they belong. If the criteria you set are blind to class issues and you apply them consistently, then you may turn down applicants who do not meet your criteria. The key lies in making sure your screening process is fair.

Find more tips on the NTN Blog