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Frequently Asked Questions: ” I had an applicant who income qualified for my unit but had terrible credit. They offered a co-signer who was well qualified but did not live in state and didn’t own any property in California. I turned down the application and the co-signer based on that. Now the applicant says they were discriminated against since they had a qualified co-signer. Did I do something wrong?”
I am afraid your applicant is a sore loser and making a legal fuss that has no merit. Since in California, you do not have to accept or even consider a guarantor, you may set your qualifying standards for a co-signer as long as you are consistent with your standards and the conditions are reasonable. Any Fair Housing attorney or judge would agree that having a guarantor be a resident in state or own property in-state is a perfectly reasonable condition to consider a co-signer for an applicant that does not meet your approval standards.
Office: (951) 698-4030 Fax: (951) 698-4469