Creating an Objective Rental Policy

Let’s be honest, whether it is an interview for a job or meeting with an applicant for a rental it’s easier to work with someone you like than someone you don’t. In a seat of power where you are the decision maker it becomes important to outline what you are looking for so that you remain protected from showing any type of discrimination that can be used against you. In the rental process this is especially important because making decisions based on subjective information can open the door to all sorts of fair housing violations. Follow these 5 tips on creating an objective rental process and you will greatly improve the protection of you and your owner’s best interests.

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