The Rent Rite Directory Launches the Affiliated Business Arrangement Program in an Effort to Help Put Money Back Into Communities

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Dallas—The Rent Rite Directory®, a website built for property owners and managers with the only free-to-use nationwide rental history database, as well as supplemental Tenant Screening Services, is proud to announce their Affiliate Business Arrangement Program to help put money back into communities.

Dallas—The Rent Rite Directory®, a website built for property owners and managers with the only free-to-use nationwide rental history database, as well as supplemental Tenant Screening Services, is proud to announce their Affiliate Business Arrangement Program to help put money back into communities.

The RRD was started by Joe Killinger and George Pino of Learning Links Centers (a socially responsible Real Estate Investment Company). The Rent Rite Directory® started as a blog for members of the Real Estate Community to share pertinent lease history information, and was so well received that it soon grew into the site you see today. The site is nationwide, and the Incident Reporting database will always remain free, as the screening services directly support it.

Organizations or individuals that become affiliated with The Rent Rite Directory® will receive a promotional code that can be used to monitor referred registrants to the Tenant Screening portion of the site. The Affiliated company or individual can then network with their referrals to assist in getting their code sent to other prospects, in order to create a larger revenue stream. Affiliates will receive a fee for every Credit Report and a fee for every Criminal Background Report ordered by their referral.

They are currently seeking Affiliate Business Arrangements with organizations or individuals in an effort to build relationships and opportunities, as well as generate additional income for those associates.

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