Discussion in 'Clean Debate Zone' started by protectionist, Oct 20, 2014.
Almost means there are still cats out there reproducing. And their offspring will reproduce ect ect
Absolutely not. Becasue their ENTIRE credit record contains lots of stuff having nothing to do with HOUSING. For the 10th time >> over the immediate past 3 years, with All rents paid on time, no reason to deny rental, and lose money.
. PS - My monthly income is $1149/month/ My apartment rent is $600/month incl water. I've been living here and paying this for 6 years, Never missed a rent payment, never been late. In fact, I've been renting for 50 years, and have a perfect record, through both high and low incomes over that long time.
. The OP said all that needs to be said, 100%. I don't have time to waste talking to you
Could be it is easier to rent to someone on a government stipend like SS for older folks and younger folks who qualify for HUD which pays rent to landlords.
It's people like doctors and lawyers who are the worst at paying bills on time.
Those few will replace the ones who die off. Stray cats only have a longevity of about 8-10 years.
Those few? LMAO!!
You might try looking at actual facts.
Feral cats have an average of 1.4 litters per year, with an average 3.5 live births in each litter. That equals 4.9 kittens per year, per female feral cat. Indeed, a pair of breeding cats and their offspring can produce 420,000 kittens over a seven-year period.
I don't need to look at anything more than what I'm already looking at. In our apartment complex we look at the cats, not your statistics. We have our populations under control, thank you.
So facts are irrelevant. Since you don't see them in your apartment complex, they don't exist. What a surprise.
Yeah because as an apartment complex owner I want my investment to be known as projects.....and no, people making below three times are not the best renters at all. If you want guaranteed payments, you do Section 8. If you are interested in not having our investment lose value, you do not rent to people who can barely scrap by.
Apartment complexes and everything that is rented needs to be overseen by independent, fair market oriented folks. Buying up real estate with syndicate money and raising rents so that the apartment or retail or whatever is vacant for 3 years means there is a problem. By the way, my apartment is very expensive and they have never asked about my income ever even during a renewal because I guess they have access to one of my bank account totals.
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