The answer would most likely be yes. But most Associations would deny you. You would have to find a home with no required association approvals where the landlord would be comfortable with you leaving extra security deposit. Possibly an association per request of the owner might consider it if they have a higher vacancy rate and are more anxious to fill vacant units. You are not the only one who has faced hardship and still need a place to call home in this economy, let me add the higher end communities will be stiffer on rules. I hope this helps and lt me know if i can assist you.
Russ Greenberg, Realtor, RELO "Experience Counts"
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Yes, it's possible. Depending on your credit score, the owner may require additional money down.
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