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HUD’s New Guidelines on Criminal Backgrounds During Tenant Screening with Silicon Valley’s Property Management Expert, Chapin Hemphill

HUD’s New Guidelines on Criminal Backgrounds During Tenant Screening with Silicon Valley’s Property Management Expert, Chapin Hemphill

Investing in rental property has been a popular investment vehicle over the past 50 years. Ideally the landlord charges enough rent to cover the mortgage, taxes, and cost of maintaining the property. Finding the right tenants takes time. Real Estate Radio LIVE is excited to welcome, Keyrenter Silicon Valley to the show for the first time!  They are a trusted property management company that has been recognized by the Better Business Bureau. On today’s show from 3-4pm PST on AM 1220 KDOW, Chapin Hemphill will chat with Host Joe Cucchiara about HUD’s new guidelines on criminal backgrounds during tenant screening. This is your chance to listen, learn & join the discussion. You can also listen streaming online at, and TEXT your questions to 408.838.9060 during the show!

Chapin and Joe start off the hour by discussing how HUD changed the rules with tenant background screening.  They will dive into:

| Who a rental property owner does NOT have to rent to
| Gray area of who the rental property owner may have to rent to
| What is the rental property owner supposed to do
| What happens if a complaint is filed
| Exceptions to the new guidelines and directives

About Chapin Hemphill

Chapin Hemphill has been involved in Real Estate for most of his life. Born into the industry, he worked for his father’s home building business starting at an early age. After graduating college, Chapin spent nine years in the entertainment industry, where he ultimately started his first company. Subsequent to his full time return to real estate, Chapin’s experiences constitute a well-rounded perspective of the industry. His experience includes strategic management of operations and growth of over $3 billion multi-family real estate portfolios, oversight of approximately $200 million in value-add renovations, real estate transactions, underwriting, asset management, affordable housing, and trust deed lending. In addition, Chapin has extensive experience in real estate budgeting, financial analysis, team building, marketing, training, inspections, communication, corporate leadership, and reporting.

In 2015, Chapin established Keyrenter Silicon Valley, a property management firm and Keyrenter franchise. Keyrenter Silicon Valley is based in San Jose, CA and services the greater Santa Clara County area. The property management firm is a natural complement to the other real estate activities that Chapin is involved with and adds a dynamic dimension to the highly valued real estate services and problem solving that Chapin already brings to his local industry.

Be sure to call with your questions during the show at 1.800.516.1220 or text your questions to 408.838.9060. Turn that dial to AM 1220 KDOW from 3-4pm PST or listen streaming online at

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