Use Form Letter to Reject Applicants, Avoid Disputes

Use Form Letter to Reject Applicants, Avoid Disputes



If applicants fail to meet your tax credit site’s eligibility requirements or if they can’t pass your site’s screening criteria, you don’t want them arguing with you over the rejection, or worse, filing a fair housing complaint. But that can happen if you leave it to your staff to write up the reasons for a rejection each time they send out a rejection letter.

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