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A little bit of a rant, but go ahead, correct me if im wrong. When looking for a place to live, shouldn't you have to give the potential landlord what he/or she requests before getting the place? I mean, if they ask you to give certain information about yourself, ask for references, or whatever other instructions...shouldn't you do that. That is how I did it when I moved out on my own. Now that I am a landlord, im confused. I place ads for a place, stating the information I want. Even saying, I will only be showing the property to those I choose from the applicants. Yet the first responses I get are "when can I look at the place?" or "what's the address so I can go look at it." To me, renting a place is like a job interview. You should have to convince me that you are the best person. If I went to a job interview, and instead of answering the questions, or filling out the application, I just said "so when can I start?" do you seriously think I would get the job. Just because an ad is posted and you respond to it does not mean you are guaranteed to be picked. Renting is not a first come first serve. Start by reading the ad thoroughly and answering it properly...then we can take it from there.
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