Saylor v. RealPage, Inc.

Case No. 1:22-cv-00053-AJT-IDD

The Court granted Final Approval of the Settlement on September 26, 2022. You can review a copy of the Court’s Final Approval Order on the Important Documents page. Please continue to check this settlement website for future updates.

Checks were mailed on February 21, 2023 to those who submitted a claim or disputed their record with RealPage. Previously issued checks to those who are in the automatic payment group and did not submit a claim or dispute their record with RealPage are now expired.



Your rights and options – and the deadlines by which to exercise them – are explained in this notice.
Please read this notice carefully in its entirety.

  • There is a proposed Settlement in a class action lawsuit entitled Joshua Saylor v. RealPage, Inc., No. 1:22-cv-00053, which claims that RealPage, Inc. (“RealPage”) violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”).
  • The lawsuit alleges that RealPage violated the FCRA by using criteria that allowed sex offender registry data to be included on tenant screening reports, even though the dates of birth associated with the sex offenders did not ultimately match the applicant’s date of birth. RealPage denies plaintiff’s allegations and denies that RealPage is liable to plaintiff or any of the putative settlement class members.
  • The parties have reached a proposed settlement in the lawsuit. The settlement has not been approved by the Court yet.
  • Class Members who do nothing, will receive a cash payment that is estimated to be at least $300, although the amount will vary.
  • Class Members have the right to submit a claim form for an additional payment if their housing application was denied or delayed due to the inclusion of sex offender data on a RealPage report.
  • Class Members have the right to opt-out of the proposed settlement or to object to it.
  • This website is only a summary of the proposed settlement. More details about the proposed settlement including answers to frequently asked questions can be found in the Notice.
Your Rights and Options What To Do Deadlines to
Do It
Do Nothing You are not required to take any action to receive the benefits of the proposed settlement. If the proposed settlement is finally approved and you do not opt out, then you receive an estimated payment of $300, although the amount will vary as explained herein. You will be bound by the Court's final judgment and the release of claims in the Settlement Agreement. None
Submit a Claim Form Submit a form to the Settlement Administrator for an additional payment from the settlement. To file a claim online, click here. Postmarked on or before August 1, 2022
Opt out of the Settlement Write to the Settlement Administrator stating that you do not wish to participate in the proposed settlement. See Section 7 of the Notice. If you validly opt out, you will not receive any monetary payments from the settlement. Postmarked on or before August 1, 2022
Object to the Settlement Write to the Court about why you do not like the proposed settlement. For more information regarding objecting, please read Section 10 of the Notice. Postmarked on or before August 1, 2022 • 800-237-2327 •