You are going to have your hands full when it comes to credit and qualifying for a home. The good news is most places will likely rent to you as long as you dont have an eviction. If you have an eviction then the company will require you pay that off before renting another apartment to you. If you need help repairing your credit and want to discuss this with a professional please contact us directly at email@example.com.
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If you do go rent to own, you will need a considerable amount down. Most of the rent to own up front down payment and other costs are non-refundable. I would get a lawyer if you go that route. If you have enough to pay a few months in advance, that would help. I am not a big proponent of rent to own. Here is why in this report - http://j.mp/KytoWP
Otherwise, Everyone from rentals to purchasing will check your credit and consider your credit score in deciding to rent to you or give you a loan. There is no way around that unless you are renting from a relative or friend who wants to help you. Your next move should be to go to a lender who can help you improve your credit or refer you to a credit repair company. Once you do that and see where you stand for now or future purchase you can prepare yourself to be in a better position to meet your real estate needs. I have lenders that can help. Let me know if you would like their info.
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