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Re: new york co-signer question

Posted by Chris G on June 07, 2001 at 13:39:18:

In Reply to: new york co-signer question posted by skev on June 07, 2001 at 12:15:19:

also, it varies as to how the LL wants to use the documentation you bring. some landlords just want to see a pay stub (even out of state) as 'proof' that you can earn money and therefore pay for the place. one of my roommates brought some statement of his stock portfolio as evidence of financial status, as he wasn't working at the time. anyhow, the more info you can bring, the better. as for the co-signer, if possible try to get some documents that prove his guarantor status as well. with any luck you can find a place that won't want much more than a firm handshake.

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