David Kirkhofer The Phyllis Browning Co. 210-260-9556
Everyday we come across people with similar situations, especially with these times. As Matt indicated the Property Manager plays a big role in whether or not you can rent a property. If you contact a Realtor, they can send you a list of homes that are rentals that would fit your budget. Be prepared; most of the time you will need a deposit normally the same amount of rent. Applications fees are about $55 or higher.
I want to encourage you to find out just how much this situation has impacted your credit. Simply so that you are aware of any imperfections that would need to be disputed.
There is light at the end of the tunnel.
Angela Tharp, RE/MAX Fiesta City
PS. Good luck in selling your home.
It really depends on how much it has impacted your credit and how the other factors a property manager look. Every property manager is different as are the landlords. I just had clients who had some financial troubles and we were able to find them a great house with a great property manager.
The best thing you can do is write a letter of explanation and submit it with your applications. Being upfront make a world of difference.
If you need a list of properties out there send me an email and I'd be happy to do a search for you.
Hope that helps!
Matt Stigliano, Realtor
210.893.1062 - office
210.240.6222 - cell
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