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Allow selection of either tenant when adding a co-renter to a multi-tenant unit

Currently, if a unit has multiple tenants that are not co-renters, and I want to add a co-renter by clicking "Place New Tenant" and selecting "Make Co-renter", the first tenant placed in the unit is automatically selected and there is no option to make the co-renter part of a group with any other tenant from that page. Instead, I must create the co-renting tenant in the tenant section, then click the context menu and select "Add to Group", then select the appropriate tenant to group the co-renter with.

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    Price, Erin shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminNathan (Engineering Ninja, Rentec Direct) responded  · 

    To help us categorize and prioritize this feature, it would be helpful to know a practical real-life example of where there are two non-affiliated tenants moved into the same unit, and where one of them would have affiliated co-renters. Your input would be helpful.

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      • Price, Erin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I don't think this is critical since it can be set up via a different workflow. In my case, I rent an apartment to two couples, A/B and C/D, who are collectively responsible for the rent. I receive two rent payments each month from A and C, and wanted to affiliate B with A and D with C.

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