Why Won't the Landlord Let Our Daughter Add Dad to the Lease?
I have a 19 year-old daughter, Jennifer, who has a problem. The apartment manager at the complex she has chosen refuses to let her father (who can well afford it and is proud of his accomplished daughter) sign a lease for her. He has a gold credit history and wants to guarantee that the rent will always be paid, and promptly. The manager, however, insists that the tenant must have an income three times the rental amount. Someday, Jennifer wants to be a lawyer, but for now, she's a great young lady who goes to college and also holds a full-time job at nights. Isn't there a way to convince the management of this complex that money is money, it doesn't matter if it is coming from Jennifer or her father?