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Disabled Applicant by Jason on August 21, 2020 @00:02

                              
I had a husband/wife go through the Open House for my 1-bedroom apartment that I have available. They are looking for something for their son, who is physically disabled and will be assisting him with rent. The son is not able to sign due to tremors.

Should I require that the mother (it's her biological son) apply and be on the lease?

And if she is signing for him, should a POA be req'd?

Thanks in advance. -Jason
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Re: Disabled Applicant by Robert on August 23, 2020 @16:16 [ Reply ]
You could have mom/dad cosign for the lease. This site has a form for that. If mom has POA then she can sign for him, otherwise you would need the lease in mom/dad's names.

You would want to do a credit check on anyone that will be potentially paying.


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