Also, this can be a good thing or a bad thing, If he can find a credit card offer that others with a score near what he has, apply and you might just get it. Do not use it much but, if you do pay it off 90%, after a few months request more credit, if they give it to you, both of these actions will help his score go up. Credit card places are in it for the money so, if you even leave a smill sum, say $5 they still make money off that so, chances are they will up it after a few months.
He coild do this with a few but, watch out because some use soft and hard hits, if he does not get a card what I said above is void and he will lose he few points for few months on soft and up to a year on hard hits.
Hope you get this and it helps,
You shouldn't have a problem finding a house to rent if you or your fiancÃ© have some seasoned funds in your bank account(s), and I agree with the previous agent with the landlord possibly doubling your security deposit ( I can speak from personal experience on that as well).
If you haven't already found a house, please let me know what your criteria is and I'll be happy to help you both out.
Realty One Group
I would look at a number of rental websites such as Trulia, padmapper, hotpads yahoo,etc and just start calling the owners. Don't try to hide anything. Tell them your situation and let them tell you what they can do for you. However, as others have mentioned, there are a lot of unsavory people using the Internet to prey on others and the real estate sites get a lot of attention from these folks. So be careful. Be especially wary of anything that sounds too good to be true. And do not go alone to see any apartments.
VIP Realty Group
7570 Norman Rockwell Ln #140
Las Vegas, NV 89143
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