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Louflor, Renter in San Marcos, CA

bad credit and eviction , how do we qualify to rent

Asked by Louflor, San Marcos, CA Tue May 31, 2011

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Ron Thomas’ answer
A lot of people are in your shoes, unfortunately.
My suggestion would be to find a place where you are dealing with the owner. Go out and meet them, tell them what happened and where you stand. Be open and honest and you may find that there are a lot of compassionate people out there. good luck and God bless.
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You can get qualified at EZ Lease Rentals if you have a bad credit and eviction. The company helps people with issues like bad credit history, foreclosures, eviction, bankruptcy, divorce and more. A few requirements with no credit check is needed, proof of income and no criminal record.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Jun 14, 2013
Ez lease rentals only rent in specifics states and require you to make $400 a month. Any out there that work in any state and not such a high income requirement? Can Anyone answer this question
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IreneBurciaga Renter in Los Angeles, ca
We have kids and need an apartment ASAP but we have bad credit an eviction and staying an hotels. We need a home
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We have kids and need an apartment ASAP but we have bad credit an eviction and staying an hotels. We need a home
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 28, 2013
You can qualify to rent through EZ Lease Rentals, a company that helps people rent even after eviction/bad credit. Check them out, you won't regret it!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 8, 2013
As mentioned, cash is king. When screening Tenants, we always lean toward those who are up-front and honest with their past. Many, if not most potential Tenants have "poor" credit today so, don't let it keep you from at least contacting the Owner or Leasing Agent. It would really help a lot if you could pay several months rent up-front - or at the very least, demonstrate the ability to do so. Best of Luck!
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jul 26, 2011
Try and build up a reserve, a few months rent in the bank. It will make you feel better and help the landlord pick you. And I agree with the comments below all are good tactics also. Cash is king build up a little and you'll sleep better too.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 31, 2011
Hi Louflor,
Repair your credit by paying all your bills on time. Then maybe try to rent. Good Luck
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue May 31, 2011
Be upfront with the landlord(s) and explain your situation; one could consider offering additional money for security, pre-paying some of the rent, etc.
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