hello, i have a very important question.

Asked by mr johnson, Bronx, NY Tue Oct 29, 2013

Someone filing for banckruptcy, living in a co-op but wants to rent a home, what would their process be and what would they need to have a positive outcome?

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Antonio Sanc…, Agent, Bronx, NY
Thu Oct 31, 2013

Filing for bankruptcy but looking to rent a home. You will defiantly need to provide source of income and reason for your bankruptcy. Where you are looking the rent the owner or landlord will look over the file as a whole with a good agent presenting it of course. Rentals are not to be taken lightly they require expertise and precession otherwise you will not be finding the home you are looking to rent. I have rented several homes this year. Give me a call if you have more questions.

Antonio Sanchez
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Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
3928 E. Tremont Avenue
CELL: 347-320-0673
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Dana LaForey, Agent, Bronx, NY
Wed Oct 30, 2013
Good Afternoon

Hope all is well with you.

Mr. Gonzalez is correct and I would like to add that in some instances you may be asked to leave a larger security deposit to protect the landlord until you are able to improve your credit rating.

Dana T. LaForey
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Exit Realty Search
3928 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10465
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Angelo Gonza…, Agent, Bronx, NY
Tue Oct 29, 2013
hey S.D., Depending on where your credit score is before bankruptcy
rental requirements remain, and I've talked into rentals bankruptcy cases before
1. good income
2. good credit
3. good income to debt ratio
Hope this was helpful.
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