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Mon Feb 14, 2011
Dan Tabit answered:
Renting is much more open to credit issues than buying. Each landlord gets to decide what risk they will take. Some may exclude you outright if your credit is too rough. Others may be willing to hear about your situation and take events beyond your control into consideration. Another possibility is that some may request either higher rent or deposit due to your credit, but will still rent to you.
It will depend on each landlord to decide what they are willing to accept.
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