DOM PASCUAL, J.D., ESQ.
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As others have answered below, when it comes to rentals, landlords do care very much about your credit. One possible solution might be to pay 6 months or so up front. Another solution is to have a guarantor. It is not that real estate agents don't want to work with people with credit issues, it is that they can only help you if you are likely to meet the qualifications of the landlord for the apt.
My office works directly with landlords. If you are ready and willing to pay in advance, I can try to find you a new place!
Feel free to contact me!
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Ardor NY Realty
Landlords have their requirements and they are usually job, money and credit related. Yes, they want to collect their rent every month. The only way to make an informed decision as to the risk of any potential renter, is to look at their overall financial situation. Good luck.