Question about my chances of securing a rental

Hi everyone, first time poster here

I just submitted an application for a new rental house yesterday in Denver. I did it before they the first showings to other prospective tenants this Saturday, hoping to get ahead of other possible applicants that will apply after seeing the house. The house was only listed ten days ago, so it’s very well possible I could be the first applicant. I really really want this place and the wait to hear back is anxiety provoking lol. I had to have my dad as a cosigner because I am relocating after finishing my Master’s degree, and don’t have the income yet. I have okay credit, no history of criminal offenses, late payments on rent, or anything like that. My dad also filled out an application for being a cosigner, he has excellent credit and his bank statements we sent over prove we have more than enough income for the place I applied for. My current landlord is also willing to send a letter of recommendation and I sent the new leasing company their information. The leasing agent has been extremely responsive to me, this morning she said thanks for the documents we will be reviewing them. Is her quick responsiveness, plus the other information I gave about being one of the first to apply and my ability to prove more than enough income, a good indicator that I will be chosen for this rental? Another question, Zillow says there are 18 applicants, however you can’t apply for this house unless through the leasing company’s website, she said not to bother with zillow. In that case, are the 18 other applicants ones who actually applied through the leasing company website, or maybe its just people who’ve sent in zillow applications, which the leasing company doesn’t accept, so I am wondering if the Zillow’s number of applicants are accurate or not.

Long story short:

does the very quick communication with the leasing company indicate anything? I was thinking she might be so responsive to me if they are strongly considering me as the new tenant Are Zillow’s application numbers accurate if the company only does lease applications from their own website? Does applying before the very first showing this Saturday increase my odds of securing the rental?

Thanks for your insight!

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Hi everyone, first time poster here I just submitted an application for a new rental house yesterday in Denver. I did it before they the first showings to other prospective tenants this Saturday, hoping to get ahead of other possible applicants that will apply after seeing the house. The house was only listed ten days ago, so it’s very well possible I could be the first applicant. I really really want this place and the wait to hear back is anxiety provoking lol. I had to have my dad as a cosigner because I am relocating after finishing my Master’s degree, and don’t have the income yet. I have okay credit, no history of criminal offenses, late payments on rent, or anything like that. My dad also filled out an application for being a cosigner, he has excellent credit and his bank statements we sent over prove we have more than enough income for the place I applied for. My current landlord is also willing to send a letter of recommendation and I sent the new leasing company their information. The leasing agent has been extremely responsive to me, this morning she said thanks for the documents we will be reviewing them. Is her quick responsiveness, plus the other information I gave about being one of the first to apply and my ability to prove more than enough income, a good indicator that I will be chosen for this rental? Another question, Zillow says there are 18 applicants, however you can’t apply for this house unless through the leasing company’s website, she said not to bother with zillow. In that case, are the 18 other applicants ones who actually applied through the leasing company website, or maybe its just people who’ve sent in zillow applications, which the leasing company doesn’t accept, so I am wondering if the Zillow’s number of applicants are accurate or not. Long story short: does the very quick communication with the leasing company indicate anything? I was thinking she might be so responsive to me if they are strongly considering me as the new tenant Are Zillow’s application numbers accurate if the company only does lease applications from their own website? Does applying before the very first showing this Saturday increase my odds of securing the rental? Thanks for your insight! submitted by /u/Supersweetpeaisme [link] [comments]

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