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Millennial couple files tribunal complaint over rental denial

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Ephraim Vecina | 01 Feb 2017, 08:15 AM Agree 0
Couple in their early 20s was rejected despite having excellent credit reports and nearly $80,000 combined annual income
  • | 01 Feb 2017, 01:32 PM Agree 0
    I rent to loads of good millennials in Vancouver and they are less problematic than the oldies!
    What does landlord say about the leasing agent's comments? I know what I'd tell him, like Trump!
  • Spark | 01 Feb 2017, 01:49 PM Agree 0
    Very bad idea to provide explanation on why you decline a tenant especially putting it in writing. A rookie agent and rookie landlord. Always use a general statement like we found another tenant or we are still looking.
    • ammythomas95 | 02 Feb 2017, 08:04 AM Agree 0
      My mothers neighbour is working part time and averaging $9000 a month. I'm a single mum and just got my first paycheck for $6546! I still can't believe it. I tried it out cause I got really desperate and now I couldn't be happier. Heres what I do,

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  • ammythomas849 | 08 Feb 2017, 12:33 AM Agree 0
    My mothers neighbour is working part time and averaging $9000 a month. I'm a single mum and just got my first paycheck for $6546! I still can't believe it. I tried it out cause I got really desperate and now I couldn't be happier. Heres what I do,

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  • Jeffrey Joseph | 16 Feb 2017, 04:26 PM Agree 0
    Any Landlord can say a Tenant does not fit our criteria without having to explain.
    The criteria could be a minimum income or a total debt service ration, much like
    a mortgage officer would look like an application, but, I am wondering if a Guarantor
    was suggested? I leased to 21 year old last year, his Dad stepped to the front on that
    right away, he has never missed a payment, and is in the process of renewing at an
    increased amount.

    I would love to hear if a Guarantor was suggested, or offered, and if so, why was the
    deal not made?

    Jeffrey Joseph, Broker
    Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage
    Toronto 416-782-7000
    jeffreyjoseph@realtor.com
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