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Should Tenants Be “Pre-Approved” For Candidacy?

Toronto Realty
Publication date:
October 19, 2022
Article Summary: 

The author questions the practice of "pre-approving" tenants and argues that it may be discriminatory. Some landlords and agents now ask for information about prospective tenants before they allow them to view a property to save time. However, the author suggests that this could lead to discrimination in the rental market, especially if people are using this information to screen out certain groups. The article highlights the intersection between the process of leasing a condo and human rights in Toronto.


. Discrimination, pre-approval, screening, rental market, rental search, and human rights

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Toronto Realty
Should Tenants Be “Pre-Approved” For Candidacy?
October 19, 2022
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