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Bribery by Michelle on August 29, 2020 @14:54

                              
This post was more of a warning to other landlords of what may be happening behind the scenes. I require a 710 credit score and sometimes more and also at least 3x the rent..

This criteria, listed in my advertisment, makes people irrate. They can not handle being told no and and several times they have screamed, yelled and threatened me. My process of screening for my rental is consistent and fair. I believe, and have a feeling, that because my home is in a highly desired neighborhood that reporting for discrimination, regardless of the truth is beign used as revenge.

So this post is a WARNING of what may be going on behind the scene and if so they are not upfront or forthcoming with information.


Bribery is dirty, filthy business of which I would never participate in. BEWARE that dirty, filthy tactics are being used to make landlords doing fair business fall.

What law and what state says, "Although there is a new law that states that you must keep track of the order of the applications in order to prove that you are not discriminating." While I screen my applications in order I am curious of the law and also the state.

Beware, is the message here as it was a filthy move and it rang my moral bell as a gross tactic.

Also controlling property in a area or highly desired neighbor can potentially give political power.
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Re: Bribery by Robert on September 1, 2020 @09:33 [ Reply ]
Isnt "I have found a better qualified tenant" an acceptable response?
    Re: Bribery by Daniel (CA) on September 2, 2020 @00:14 [ Reply ]
    no
    not if you dont have the data to prove it.
    keeping notes of ... the attitude was better / positive can be argued as discriminatory.

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