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Old 04.03.2020, 02:57
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Re: Help with motivational letter for a landlord

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Why?

They won't want to read it.

Tom
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It sounds like the OP could use a dose of random kindness.
While I agree with you, Pancakes, Tom is simply stating the fact. Which helps OP more than sugar coating.

OP: Anything is worth a try, so do add this letter. Just don't expect wonders from it, they have so many applications and little time to read more than those.

Also check your application forms again: Are they easily readable? All capitals is prefered, specially if names are complicated (to a Swiss reader I mean). Does the entire family have permits already or do you start the process when you have the appartment?
As someone mentioned: If you apply for flats people with less income can affort (and yes, there are many of those), landlords tend to prefer those. (For social reasons).
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