Interesting situation. Two young ladies want to lease a two bedroom apartment. The landlord wants one of the young ladies to have a co-signor on the lease, but not the other young lady. The young lady from whom the landlord wants a co-signor just graduated from college and just got an entry-level office job-has no rental history, but does have a credit history. The other young lady graduated a few years ago and has been in her current job for several months-she has a rental history and a credit history. The incomes of both ladies easily pays for the lease, though the income of eithger one would be hard to cpver the lease.
Whaddya think? Why doesn't the landlord want co-signors for both young ladies? What risk is the co-signor taking if the non-cosigned young lady leaves or stops paying rent?