I am applying for Boston Housing Authority, and they are asking me to write an explanation letter as to what was my version of the eviction. I didn't have not non payment of rent or damage to the apartment. What really happened was that I was evict due to that they really didn't want me to have that apartment and the company verbally told me if I was to call the police once in the building that they were going to evict me. then when I had do call 911 for there services because of a DV they accused me of being disruptive in the building of course they are not going to tell the truth because from the beginning they didn't want me to have this apartment I am a disabled person and homeless at that and at the time of the eviction I just got tired of having to go to court cause I had an operation on December 20 2012 so I didn't have the strength to keep on fighting the courts on this matter how can I put this in a letter and there were also other circumstances that occurred also but I am having trouble putting it into words can you help me
If all other things on your credit are in good shape...and you can explain the eviction, you should be ok. You need to find a Realtor to help you and present you in a good light. If there is a good explanation....like a really bad landlord, then explain it and give other references.
You might also find a landlord who is doing it themselves, allow you to work with them personally and again, get the opportunity to explain. You might also offer pre-paid rent or a larger deposit.
An eviction is like a foreclosure and all those people seem to find a place to live.
What I would do is to write a letter of explanation to the the landlord or explain your situation to him directly. Also, I would stay away from the apartment complexes and focus my efforts on the individual investor.
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Bruce put it best below by stating "renting is always a negotiation." Renting, unlike buying a home and qualifying for a mortgage, is a lot more flexible with qualifying and terms. Since it's a short-term commitment, it does not require such an extensive background check. Although, I will say that some landlords/landladies are more strict than others.
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