It's not about how responsible they consider you as such. The letting agent/landlord won't be making a value judgement on you. They will probably do a credit check. If you have a poor/no credit history, or your income is too low, they will ask for a guarantor. It's perfectly normal for working adults to be asked for guarantors by landlords if their income is too low or if, for some other reason, the landlord is worried about their ability to pay.(Original post by Josb)
Thanks, that make sense.
I just hope that I won't be considered as a 18yo brat blowing daddy's money/student loan on booze if I have a scholarship for a PhD at a prestigious university.
If you want to avoid this, then offer to pay 6 months rent up front.
Also, please do consider the tone of your posts, there's no need to be deliberately provocative towards other posters.
...for the 2nd time this year