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Asked by youratxitguy, Arlington, TX Wed Jan 30, 2013

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Claire McInt…, Agent, Austin, TX
Thu Jan 31, 2013
Often just being up front with the landlord goes a long way. If you have good recent rental & credit history you should be able to find a lease property. Another alternative is to have a guarantor for your lease.
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Gareth Ellzey, Agent, Georgetown, TX
Wed Jan 30, 2013
You might need to write a letter of explanation, but usually, the last TWO landlords are the only references you need, and although you DO need to disclose the broken lease, the fact it was 5 years ago (and as mentioned, with a letter of explanation) should mitigate it.
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