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Susie Kay answered:
It depends on how bad your credit it, and every landlord is different. You may need to pay double or triple deposit.
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Tower.of.silence asked:
If you have something in the $1000-$1400 range and don't hassle me about the pets, you'll earn yourself a loyal, long-term tenant who will take excellent care of the property. I'm willing…
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Margieb0807 answered:
What will happen to his part of our property he's married and I am not.I want a claws saying if anything should happen to him like if he dies .The property becomes mines
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Bindokuzyuz asked:
and my question is how I rent a apartment?
Because apartments managements said: We need ssn, employers info etc.

Thanks for answers!
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Easyerthompson46 answered:
How lots those it take to make a acres.
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