I would rent to anyone who can show they have the income or savings to pay the rent every month. - Even retirees have some kind of income stream they live off of, be it social security, a pension, annuity, etc, or even just savings. They should be able to prove monthly income in some way or show how much they have in savings.- are they currently renting from someone else? Do a landlord check, but also do a credit check that involves judgments or settlements against them. I did a check on a prospective tenant two weeks ago that showed several evictions and court settlements for non-payment of bills. If they have skipped out on bills in the past, it should be easy to find.- Insist on doing the credit/tenant screening, as a thorough tenant screening should turn up negative payment/eviction history. Don't rent to them without running these checks first.Paul
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