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Lease Cosigner Agreement
The Lease Co-signer agreement may be required in a case when the prospective tenant's references or credit is not satisfactory for the landlord or agent. If you feel there are no better prospective tenants to select, the Lease Co-signer Agreement will make an additional party responsible for the tenant's performance on the lease. You MUST fully check out and credit-qualify the co-signer with an application (preferably an LPA Rental Application) as you would the tenant.

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