Many times you have applicants that will apply in groups of two or more. This can create a very unique situation when it comes to screening. If both applicants apply and meet your criteria perfectly, then you carry on with no worries. But what if that isn’t the case?
Have you ever had two individuals apply to live in your unit together and only one pass your criteria? How do you handle this situation? Do you deny both applicants? Do you send both applicants an Adverse Action Notice? What can you do?
As I said this creates a very unique situation, however, the answer can be very simple and offered in the form of a question – “What do you want to do?” In a situation like this you as the decision maker, you get to decide what direction you go.