Naborly Review

Learn about Naborly tenant screening services for small businesses. Includes info on Naborly, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 10th, 2020

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Naborly is a free tenant screening service that verifies tenant identity, criminal background, employment, and more. Landlords and property managers can also use Naborly to ensure protection against rent default and early vacancy.



Monthly Pricing





Pro + *

$25.00 + tax

*Only available in Canada.


Pros: Free and easy to use.

Cons: Does not offer eviction checks.

Bottomline: Naborly provides free unlimited tenant screening and credit checks for property managers in the United States and Canada.

Key Information:

Legal Name

Naborly Inc.


Dylan Lenz

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2016


486 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

Number of Employees


Number of Customers




1 (844) 622-6759



What is a Naborly?

Naborly is a tenant screening service that offers free unlimited tenant screening services with no annual fees.

How does Naborly pricing work?

Naborly has no membership costs excluding the Pro + plan which costs $25.00 + tax and is only available in Canada.

Customer Reviews:


Reviewed: Jul 13, 2019

Source: Reddit

I used it multiple times as a landlord. Very reliable results, partnership with Equifax, free for all parties for most services, smooth process, etc.


Reviewed: Nov 10, 2019

Source: Reddit

I don't really trust the 'AI' part of Naborly but I think it's a great service specially as its free. I was able to screen out the lead candidate since that person had 2 outstanding collections for cell phone bills while he claimed to have an income of $100K+ as a construction worker. I got a free credit check thanks to the service so I am pretty happy.


Reviewed: Jul 09, 2017

Source: REIN

I use naborly which I've been very happy with the reports they give.


Reviewed: Mar 25, 2019

Source: Reddit

I use It’s free now but it was even worth it when I had to pay 30$/report. Tenants will require form of ID, SIN and proof of income.