Be honest up front with the Landlord or property management company so they know the details of your arrest, if your working and had good record in the past, there are a lot of people that believe inn giving a second chance
Typically a landlord will not be concerned about your criminal record as much as your financial stability. So if you pay cash for a years rent up front from a cquiring the money in a felonious act, they will rent to you in a days time. They won't even run your credit if it's for a years lease and you pay it all up front.Good Luck!!
I have a friend that is trying to get into a house with us but he has a felony from 2 years ago from his house in alaska i guess if you leave the keys in your home you break into your own home you get a felon charge. He has no other convictions.
It would depend on the Landlord, if they choose to accept felons. Usually a background check will uncover arrest records, judgements, etc. When you fill out the rental application, you will need to disclose this situation. It may be necessary to pay an extra month's rent, or double deposit. Best of luck.
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