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Iona Fan Man
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Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?

I have +800 credit, saw a place with a great view, offered asking price and offered to pay a full year in advance..I was rejected.

Person accepted was a single mother paying less than what I offered...


Is this right?


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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
So your mad at the landlord for feeling sympathy for a single mom over the value of a dollar?


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HeadyMurphey
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Man you really hate broken homes don't you


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Lsut81
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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Is this right?


Personally, I don't think its right, especially when you met all of his requirements.

But it is his choice. I'd be willing to bet there is some kind of subsidy for leasing to her over you Dude would be a fricking moron to take half of the money, unless she was putting out and then it would still have to be incredible poon.


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I Love Bama
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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offered to pay a full year in advance


Why?

And the landlord is going to tap single mom pooty poo. Dwi


tom
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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And the landlord is going to tap single mom pooty poo.


This. You should have dressed sluttier.


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VABuckeye
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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I have +800 credit, saw a place with a great view, offered asking price and offered to pay a full year in advance..I was rejected.

Person accepted was a single mother paying less than what I offered...


I call BS. The landlord would be in violation of all kinds of privacy laws if he disclosed information to you about the new tenant.


Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
Wait, you're calling BS because a law exists that should supposedly keep the landlord from breaking said law?


Bayou Tiger
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
Any chance something else came up in your background check? Some landlords are pretty thorough these days.

Other red flags can revolve around dialect, attire, bumper stickers, etc. Think of it like a job interview without coming across as contrived.


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davesdawgs
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?


No, it's his choice. If you want a place with a view, move on and keep looking.

quote:

I have +800 credit, saw a place with a great view, offered asking price and offered to pay a full year in advance..I was rejected.

Person accepted was a single mother paying less than what I offered...


Is this right?


There's obviously more to that arrangement that meets the eye. With your credentials you shouldn't have a problem finding an equally nice location. There is no right and wrong when it is a matter of choice for an individual and their private property. If you really want more insight, ask the landlord nicely why you were rejected. Approach the landlord from the perspective of a learning experience.



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Golfer
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
1/10


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Notro
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?


I think you mean Vindictive.
This post was edited on 3/10 at 1:18 pm


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Captain Want
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
Be thankful you're not a single mom. Maybe the landlord did feel sympathy toward her.

Find a new place and move on. You clearly have the means and ability.

Or, marry the single mom; kid(s) gets a father figure, you get a wife, and the place too.


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VABuckeye
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
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Wait, you're calling BS because a law exists that should supposedly keep the landlord from breaking said law?


If the landlord is an apartment complex? Then hell, yes I'm calling BS.

Plus if you've read the history of threads he's started you'll know that all he does it take ridiculous positions.


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foshizzle
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
I think you should accost the landlord in public and loudly demand to get to the bottom of this.


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Paige
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
Vindictivful ( ) how?

ETA How did I end up in this thread?
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Doc Fenton
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
Paige on the MT board!


Paige
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
How the hell did I end up on the money board?

I was wondering how I got to a thread that was two hours old


Doc Fenton
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re: Should I be vindictivful to a landlord?
I'm guessing vodka is involved...


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