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Asked by Sandra Wilcoxson, Atlanta, GA Wed Jan 23, 2013

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Rentals Gone…, Agent, Washington, DC
Tue Feb 12, 2013
Hello Sandra,

If you don't have any luck with this property, we would love to help place you. We do have third party partners that help place renters with recent bankruptcies.
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HRG Property…, Other Pro, Acworth, GA
Wed Feb 6, 2013
Many managers, including us often just require additional deposit if the app is risky.
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Sally English, Agent, Atlanta, GA
Thu Jan 24, 2013
Maybe. Stay away from the big apartment companies and complexes. You need to find individually owned properties where you can show them you are
1. Employed with a steady income
2. Why you had a bancruptcy
3. Why it wont happen again
4. How you are managing your money

Check your network and ask if any friends or acquaintances have or know of anyone with rental houses. Reach out to them and put them to work helping you find a housing solution.
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Wed Jan 23, 2013
That would all be up to the individual landlord or management company.
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Greta Thomas, Agent, Atlanta, GA
Wed Jan 23, 2013
Hi Sandra, it depends on the person orretnal management critiria regarding the qualifications of a tenant. I think if you have good rental history and the income needed, you pretty much should qualify. Good luck! let me know if you need help locating a rental property.
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