is good credit required for rental properties through your company ?

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answer by Jack Szalasny   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Elsa, I'm not in your area but I'll echo what other responses have told you. Recently one of my "credit-challenged" clients got turned down by three prospective landlords, and then what we did was he put together a great letter detailing the reasons for his credit situation and the fourth prospective landlord accepted him. I'm sure it was his letter that did it for him. I hope this helps and good luck!
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answer by Stephen Williams   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
That decision is one for the landlord of the home you want to lease. Sometimes a landlord will require additional security deposits if there is any issues with your credit.
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answer by Michael Rothchild   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Every applciation is judged on it's own merits but in general, yes, the owner/landlord would prefer good credit.
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answer by Candy Ferrer   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi. Elsa: I agree with Kathy regarding having a good job, working toward correcting credit issues, but the most important in my book is the fact that you have paid prior landlords in a timely fashion. Ultimately, it is up to the individual owner to make the final choice of the tenant that he or she chooses. In my experience, I have found that individual owners are sometimes more flexible than properties listed through management companies if that helps you at all. Much good luck to you, Elsa!
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Hi Elsa, Eash home has different qulifications since each one is owned by an individuals. If you are looking to lease a home, work with a realtor so they can find suitable homes based on your situation for you.
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answer by Honey Waters   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Some Landlords require good credit.
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answer by Rosa Camille Burk   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
600. But is all combination of Income and good Rental History. If you need any help, please let me know, I specialized in rental properties. Rosa
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answer by Kathy Gray   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Good credit is always a great "plus" to have. Owners like to feel assured the tenant will pay. If you can show you are working to make your credit better, have a good job, and can show good rental history of payments, then sometimes the owner will accept you as a tenant. It all depends on the owner.
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