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Congrats! But I think you're wrong. I think she decided to rent to you precisely because of your son's good behavior. She saw he was raised properly, figured you were good people, and decided that mattered more than some number.
miz wrote:...She kept commenting on how polite he was. I told her that was good to hear (something didn't bounce off his beautiful head). Now, I am not saying that she decided to rent to us because of my son's actions, but it's good feeling that they can take a look at our credit report and still want to rent to us, and I don't think it hurt that she got to see my kids and how they do act.
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