Watch this if you check lease applicants’ credit reports

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11/30/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

What should you do when the information on a lease applicant’s credit report leads you to take actions like charging him a higher deposit or requiring a cosigner on the lease? Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute to find out. 

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