Enable Apply Now for Your Listing

The best way to quickly share and collect applications!

Rental Applications and Tenant Screening Made Easy

Stop wasting your time pushing paper applications or using a screening service that does not generate reports over the weekend. Rental Beast Quick Apply provides a shareable link you can send directly to interested applicants, so you can easily collect applications and receive tenant screening reports. 

How to Configure Rental Beast Quick Apply Link

  1. Log into the Rental Beast broker portal.
  2. Click the “My Listings” tab.
  3. Find the desired listing and click the "Add/Edit" button.
  4. Navigate to the "Application" tab.
  5. Select the checkbox for "Use Apply Now", you can also choose who you'd like to review the application.
  6. Click "Save and Continue" at the bottom of the page.

How To Share Quick Apply Link

  1. Click on the listing you want the Quick Apply Link for.
  2. Enable Apply Now on your listing.
  3. Copy link from "Notes" section of your listing front page.
  4. Copy and share your link!

How it works:

  • Invite applicants to apply: Copy and share your Quick Apply Link with an interested applicant. The applicant can then start filling out the application. The best part is that the application is completely mobile-friendly!
  • Applicant completes application: They will fill out basic information, such as: Employment history and past rental history. Once they submit the application, TransUnion will compile the applicant's reports.
  • Tenant Screening Reports Ready: You will receive a notification when the reports are ready to review. You can easily share all the reports with a property owner or manager if needed. 

What’s included in a Tenant Screening Report

  • Credit Report: A complete overview of an applicant's credit history, court case disputes, collections, and more. The entire report is in an easy-to-read format for review.
  • Eviction Report: Results come from one of the largest eviction databases subject to the FCRA. They have over 16 million eviction records covering all 50 states and Washington, D.C.