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Rob, Renter in Dallas, TX

Is it hard to get a lease if you have a low credit score but have a good salary that is four times that of the rent and good rental history?

Asked by Rob, Dallas, TX Mon May 21, 2012

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I agree with most of my peers. A lot of Landlords will work with you and not charge you double on your security deposit, but others will want more. Pick an Agent you like and be honest with them about your situation and head out and find your place.

GOOD LUCK.

Kenny
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Try offering double deposit or double deposit and 1st and last month's rent.
That will make most owners or property managers listen to you.
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Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
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Keep your rental history good as many landlords look at that above all.
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Most leases are on a case by case basis. It really is seller's choice. However, get a good agent that can communicate and negotiate for you!

Lisa Montes-"Your Home Retriever"
817-201-7388
http://www.yourhomeretriever.com
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Not at all! There are communities that will work with you. I specialize in Leasing so give me a call back and I can help you out. I also offer a cash back rebate once you move in.

Have a great day and Good Luck!!

Kandice Reed
VIP REALTY
214-524-3261
Kandice@viprealestate.com
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No .... I need additional details I work with many families with credit issues for residential rentals.

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If you also have savings for 6 months of rent, then you should be able to get a lease.
Web Reference: http://www.archershomes.com
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