By Catherine Reagor | The Republic
About one out of three people trying to rent an apartment in Scottsdale are told they can’t move in.
Metro Phoenix’s high-end suburb leads the nation for the highest rate of rental applications rejected by apartment owners, according to a new national survey from Yardi’s RENTCafe.
Slightly more than 29 percent of people trying to rent in Scottsdale are turned down, according to the apartment research firm. Detroit has the second highest rental rejection rate of 27.4 percent, and Arlington, Texas, a Dallas suburb, is third with 26.8.