Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

5 Ways to Rent an Apartment Without Verifiable Income

Teresa Bergen

 · Apr 7, 2022

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Back in our grandparents’ days, workers were more likely to get hired on with a company and stay with a full-time job for years or even decades.

All renters must fill out a rental application before qualifying for an apartment. In some cases, this may only be a formality, or a way for the landlord to get a sense of your background, character, employment record/income (i.e. ability to pay rent), and past rental history. However, most of the time, landlords do run […]

Lisa Wright

 · Sep 23, 2021

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Life is full of seemingly impossible demands. For instance, getting your first job without any experience — because no one will give you a job just to get experience, right? Renting an apartment with no credit history can be equally frustrating

Cassie Damewood

 · Sep 3, 2019

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When it comes to getting into a desired rental housing unit, no credit check apartments arrangements can be an easy and convenient solution. However, these kinds of deals can also be hazardous to your financial health. Here are some of the benefits and disadvantages of renting an apartment where the landlord allows for waiving the […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 7, 2010

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Tenant screening is a process that most landlords and property management companies use to verify the credentials of a potential renter. The reports produced from tenant screening can range from a simple credit check to a registered sex offender check. Because a great amount of information is disclosed during the tenant screening process, all potential […]

Staff Writer

 · Jan 15, 2010

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Being turned down from renting an apartment due to a poor credit score is a very frustrating experience, to say the least. Fortunately, there are ways around that situation, and this article will share some of them with you here. Credit Rating for Renting an Apartment First, a little background information on what your credit […]

Staff Writer

 · Jan 6, 2010

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A renters credit check usually costs a fee for a potential landlord to check your credit. When you are trying to rent an apartment, it’s not a good idea to apply to every place that you see. Every time that someone does a credit check on you, it shows up on your credit report. If […]

Staff Writer

 · Dec 24, 2009

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Lots of the American individuals and families who rent their homes and move on a periodic basis might be asking “how might an eviction affect credit“-and they are getting some interesting answers. It turns out that, although there is a comprehensive national system for establishing credit history, the way an actual eviction goes into the […]

Staff Writer

 · Dec 2, 2009

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Those who have been negatively impacted by an eviction often look for their best options to deal with the fallout from this event, including any negative effects on a credit score. The process for disputing an eviction can be a complex one. Here are some of the general systems a renter has to deal with […]

Staff Writer

 · Nov 30, 2009

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Foreclosure is a fact of life for many people in this economy. Some wonder if it renting after foreclosure is a possibility. You are not alone, and there are many people on your side. Michael Moore is rallying for a cease on all foreclosures until the mortgage mess is settled. People in the government are […]

Staff Writer

 · Nov 17, 2009

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