February 20, 2019

Bloomingdale, IL Tenant Screening Services

We help landlords across the United States by providing Tenant Screening Services consisting of National Civil Courts Searches, National Criminal Searches, Credit Checks, and Deep-Dive Background Checks in all 50 states; including but not limited to Bloomingdale, IL 60108:

Introducing a new way of screening prospective tenants using our private detective agency. Our private detective agency offers very valuable service to all landlords in Bloomingdale who want to protect their investments and want to be able to choose the best qualified tenants.

Due to the tenant protection programs, eviction moratoriums, and sealed eviction records it has become very difficult for landlords in Bloomingdale to distinguish qualified and paying tenants, from those abusing the system. An ordinary credit check and checking references are no longer enough.  We provide law-enforcement grade background checks and information that is not available from ordinary sources.

We help landlords across the United States by providing Tenant Screening Services consisting of National Civil Courts Searches, National Criminal Searches, Credit Checks, and Deep-Dive Background Checks in all 50 states. We empower landlords to make right decisions, to reduce their risk, and to maximize their rent collection.

To find out how this works and what information we can provide you, please visit our Landlords page at https://inquisitores.com/landlords/.  Our Tenant Screening Services benefit all landlords, please broadcast this information to anybody that you know could benefit from our deep-dive background and credit checks.  Thank you.

About Bloomingdale

Bloomingdale is located in DuPage County, 24 miles W of the Loop. After the Black Hawk War, easterners teamed into what would become the Chicago metropolitan area in search of farmland. Brothers Lyman, Harvey, and Silas Meacham all staked squatter claims near a grove that later bore their name.

While initially there was little to distinguish Meacham’s Grove from another acreage in northeastern Illinois, Frink and Walker’s stage line soon ran through the settlement on its route between Chicago and Rockford. By the end of the 1830s, several hundred wagons and travelers moved through the area. German immigrants diversified the population and in 1845 Bloomingdale became one of the first villages to be platted in the northern part of DuPage County. The town served as a trading center, a stage stop, and a location for the first churches—initially Baptist and Methodist, and subsequently Lutheran.

Envisioning increased development potential with a railroad connection, two of the area’s largest landholders, B. F. Meacham and Roselle M. Hough, each donated large tracts of land to the Chicago & Pacific Railroad (Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul) in 1873 in exchange for a stop near their landholdings. The platted community of Bloomingdale was south of the railroad stop, while a new village named Roselle was platted to the north. Both villages fostered industrial settlement during the 1870s.

The village of Bloomingdale was officially incorporated in 1889 and included the platted towns of Roselle and Bloomingdale. Both areas shared such items as library books and a fire engine. In 1922, however, the two villages separated and reincorporated individually.

Development remained slow in Bloomingdale until the 1950s. The 1960s saw the creation of a full-time police department and a new post office. In 1965 the Baptist church, purchased in 1892 by the township, was sold to the Bloomingdale Park District for a dollar and converted into the Bloomingdale Park District Museum.

During the 1970s the population grew as the toll road system spurred growth across DuPage County. Three shopping centers were constructed, including Old Town Square, Stratford Square, and Old Town shopping center, which is the site of the original town and is a turn-of-the-century shopping and professional area, complete with replicas and renovations of historic buildings.