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Blac01, Renter in 32835

i have bad credit do you know a complex in Orlando, fl that i could rent from ?

Asked by Blac01, 32835 Sun May 16, 2010

complex that rents with bad credit

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It will really vary as to where you will be able to rent do to other factors including the details of your bad credit. Consider a lot of the CONDO's rather than apartments in the area that have ibndividual owners.
Even with management companies handling the units, they are more lkely to be a bit more relaxed with bad credit issues as long as you can show decent income and willingness to pay the required deposits and rents without negotiating.
If you are currently renting, your history with that landlord could be a great asset (or liability) in your being qualified for a new rental. If you've got a good rental history, good income or other favorable background check items, make sure to use these to your advantage when applying for a rental.

As Georgina and Noel mentioned below, a lot of owners and management companies have become more flexible with what they will accept with regards to bad credit.

Best of Luck!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Mar 25, 2012
It does depend on your credit and why it's bad. Many mgmt companies have lowered their standard because of the current market situation. The good thing (sort of) is that you're not alone these days. Many who had excellent credit once, lost jobs, homes and now too have bad credit scores thanks to the economy. Many have been forced to rent as well.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jul 14, 2010
I all depends on how bad your credit is. Are there judgements against you and if so what kind and how many. In some cases you will still be able to rent but you will need at a minimum first, last and security deposit. Most reputable companies will also look at employment stability, possible co-signers, etc Beware of rents or conditions that are too good to be true. Some landlords have property that is going in foreclosure. You will end up moving in a couple of months and quite possibly lose your security deposit.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 16, 2010
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