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Asked by Kimbur, Deep Creek, Florida Thu Jun 26, 2008

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Jesus (jesse)…, , Nashville, TN
Thu Jun 26, 2008
In my area, apartments are going gang busters! We have renter fever. I have investors who can’t sell so they are renting and they don’t care about your credit and I recently shopped some apartment complexes to get an idea of what my investor could demand in rent and, I saw rates that were obnoxiously high! In fact, one apartment manager told me, that in her 20 years of property management, she hasn’t seen anything like this. I have even heard stories of people living at long term stay hotels till their apartment comes available, in other words, some of these rental communities have waiting list.

All that said, I don’t see a lot of credit checks happening here when it comes to renters.
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LLoyd Nichols, Agent, Fort Myers, FL
Thu Jun 26, 2008
Owners and rental management company do often a credit check but not always. They may be more interested in you having referrals from your job and having a steady professional background. If you can prove that you can pay your rent then you should be okay.owners and realtors do realize that its not because you have had a short sale that you are not a reliable renter.As long as you can pay the rent, you still have agood chance of getting that home. Its about a job above all but its true some companies will want ahigher credit.Its a case per case situation.
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Shannon Moore…, Agent, Port Charlotte, FL
Thu Jun 26, 2008
Many landlords do not do a credit check and there are many investors that can't sell their homes and are very anxious to get their homes rented. So, I think that many people are opting to rent at this time.

Shannon Moore, Realtor
Re/Max Anchor Realty
North Port/Port Charlotte
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