Current data (2012) give a figure of 8% vacancy in a market that is 34%+ renters. This is across the board, however. Details show a very occupied downtown apartment situation and the vacancy rises as you go into certain ring areas. Take into account that the data trend lines aren't all that long. Cleveland was only begun in 2005. That said, the 2012 occupancy is the highest on record. All information was obtained from Census ACS data.... more
cg23, is this the way you've usually made buying decisions - you know your credit is overextended, but you still want to borrow money!
Rather than pay for the quackery of "credit repair," why not take a step back and begin the path toward credit rehabilitation - cutting expenses, paying off debts, and getting in the habit of making those payments on time, so that when you do buy a house - and there are always deals out there, believe us - you'll have strong credit and you'll be at less risk of losing it to another credit issue.