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Then make sure you, in detail, explain all of the negatives that will show up on your credit report. Offer to let the landlord see how neat and tidy you keep your current residence, and let them know that you will do the same with their investment.
Here's something else... most landlords don't want smokers or pets if they can help it...
Letters of recommendations from your current landlord, employer and whomever else you can get may help to... With leases flying off the market, try to make yourself shine as much as possible.
Also go ahead and have all of your "ducks in a row"
Have a copy of your driver's license, letter of recommendation, letter explaining the negatives on your credit and what you are doing differently now, last 3 pay stubs, application fee in the form of money order or cashiers check... if you have a pet, a photo of the pet as well as shot records and again, a letter explaining how fabulously trained your pet is... Of course, be honest... if you're caught in a lie... the chances of you getting the property just went down tremendously...
Hope this helps :-)
Bettina Sastoque 214-683-6746
RE/MAX Town & Country
Best of luck to you,
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Ya it will just depends on the owner and property manager. In most cases, you will be ok with a higher deposit.
Please visit http://www.findyourtexashome.com/leasing for rental properties in Plano area.
JP and Assocaite
I would love to help you, I specialize in Plano.
Doc Stephens, REALTOR