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Asked by S.m. Huron-dixon, 78223 Sun Nov 18, 2012

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Sue Baillio, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Mon Nov 19, 2012
The landlord has the right to collect past rent from you and continue to evict you and/or not renew your lease. This has created a troubled rental history for you and this history will follow you in your efforts to rent another property - this landlord may share your history to other landlords because it will be on you cerdit history. You are now in a position that you must find a landlord (independent of a management company, most likely) who will consider your circumstances. He may charge a higher rental fee and ask for higher deposits to qualify you at a higher risk. There are landlords who are more forgiving and will work with tenants that are higher risks - you just need to search. You may want to ask a Realtor to help you search for a property or look in your local print medias for property leads.

Sue
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gracelhoward, Home Buyer, San Antonio, TX
Sun Nov 18, 2012
I am a proprety manager in AZ and moving to San Antonio.... I know that here, we do not have to allow you to stay after the writ of restitution or even the eviction has been enforced. It's up to the property manager/management company. They can take your money to pay your balance but do not have to allow you to stay.
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David Marne, Agent, Shavano Park, TX
Sun Nov 18, 2012
You are asking the wrong people, this is a question for an attorney. Just out of curiosity, why were you evicted? And why if evicted would you want to defraud a future landlord by lying about it?
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