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By Ezlease | Real Estate Pro in Long Beach, CA

Renting after Bankruptcy!

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A downside risk of losing your home to foreclosure is the possibility that you may not be able to find suitable rental housing after the foreclosure sale has been completed and you are forced to vacate the house. This risk is usually an indirect result of the damage to your FICO credit score and the negative information contained in your credit report that appears as a consequence of the a foreclosure and possible bankruptcy filing that was done to stop the foreclosure. With a mapped strategy, this damage can be minimized, through a carefully executed plan designed to convince potential landlords that today you are a better credit risk as the result of no longer being responsible for making a mortgage payment that was greater than you could afford.

Our Company is designed to give everyone a second chance despite past: Broken Leases, Foreclosures, and Bankruptcies. We are a rental guarantee service. To qualify you must have a job. Once you are signed up each and every month we report to the credit bureaus to help re-establish their credit. We also have a credit repair company that will take it even further. If no one sets up a program to help then folks will never ever get out of this situation. We have seen that when you have bad credit you’re limited to where you are allowed to live with your family. With our service you can live where you want not where you have to.  You can go to www.ez-lease.net. The economy has effected allot of customers but this is a way to help them get their lives in order again. "You can have everything in life that you want if you just give enough other people what they want."
— Zig Ziglar

Comments

By Ms. Harris,  Wed May 25 2011, 23:20
hey i just wanted to drop you guys a line and tell you THANK YOU! Especially Steven for taking all my annoying calls 5 times a day! If other people are looking on here trying to figure this company like i did before i signed up, i just want to tell you all to quit looking.

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