I'm active duty military with newly discharged bankruptcy, no bad rental history. Is it best to go through a company or independent realtor?

Asked by Kissadiya, Newport News, VA Mon Feb 4, 2013

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Anthony Alle…, Agent, Riverside, CA
Thu Apr 25, 2013
It is whatever makes you more comfortable. FYI: You can never be denied housing based on your situation, you can however be required to increase your security deposit. I hope that answers your question. *By the way my wife is Active Duty US Army and I am a US Navy veteran!

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Anthony Alleva, CSSA
Certified Short Sale Agent
License #0225-205922
Allison James Estates & Homes
601 Dinwiddie Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704
Toll Free (800) 215-0211
Email: info@anthonyalleva.com
Website: http://www.AnthonyAlleva.com
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Kaera Mims, Agent, Newport News, VA
Wed Feb 20, 2013
Hi Kissadiya!

Given that it is new, you may have a tough time. My experience with some of my past clients has been that apartment complexes have been the most successful in those situations since they have huge competition from the real estate companies on the rental market right now and need to fill vacancies.

Each situation is different...if you would like to have a more in depth conversation, feel free to call me directly at 757-739-2003 or via email at kaera@kaeramims.com. Thanks for serving!
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