As a reference, I just completed 20 years in apartment management in March 2005. Your situation is tough but not impossible. Most companies these days use third party agencies to develop rental credit scores, which have no direct comparison to credit bureau scores (usually referred to as beacon or fico). These other systems incorporate bureau scores, rental history, and court records (public information) to arrive at a score.
Management companies typically have input into what criteria is included as well as what final scores are acceptable, straight or conditional (extra deposits, shorter term leases, etc.) Ultimately, the quality of the community, the current occupancy rate, and the location of the property, combined, will dictate an often fluctuating policy. Your possibilities include:
Silly rhyming pairs are just a (childish) way of saying something - instead of saying "crappy" you say "crappy smappy" or "crappy schmappy."
It depends on who says it.
A polite term of saying s h i t t y, Crappy possibly came from Thomas Crapper who though did not invent the toilet but did revolutionize it
it all depends what their saying or what you like me lil Wayne he helps me when i have a crappy day
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In order to find out more about eastchester apartment then you can go to apartment ratings and there you can see what other people are saying about the apartments you are looking at.
The student gave credit to the original author of the quote to avoid plagiarism.
If you don't have credit, you **can't** have a score, since they are solely based on your use of your credit. The bureaus return a report saying "no credit information on file".
A Scavenger is another way of saying garbage. Typically, the property manager is responsible for it.
Chillyboe is the rudest for he said motherFK 9 times without getting banned and saying crappy 16 times.
That depends on the state. I suggest you resubmit the question, saying what state.
In that case either their parents would stop giving them credit if it is prepaid, or thy would confiscate their phones. or else, theyll talk everyday for long hours, and romeo would send and SMS to Juliet saying "My phone is better than your crappy samsung" and they would fight and break-up
turn your head dude.........
Unless you're being denied an apartment because of a legally protected status (i.e., gender, race, religion), it's perfectly legal for a landlord to deny your application. If he's denying it because of the fraud alert, he may be a little uneccessarily jumpy regarding your credit issues, whether they're your fault or not. Make sure there's no other reason he's rejecting the application.
Dogs and Cats are both pets, but are different species.Lets say you are comparing house and a apartment.Comparing is saying the differences: House is something you own, the whole building. Apartment is part of a building you live in.Contrasting is the similarities: House and apartment are both used to live in.
Your monthly rent should be secured once you sign your renters agreement. Some agreements have clauses saying they may be able to increase your rent based on changing credit scores, or other things. And I'm hoping you signed this contract before giving them your deposit. So yes, by the time you give them your deposit, your rent should be secured.
It means someone or something that is taking up space in a designated spot. So if you lived in an apartment, you are said to be occupying the apartment. Or if you have a seat reserved at a restaurant, a sign saying 'Occupied' can be placed on the table to indicate it is waiting for you.
That depends on the laws of the state. Yo might want to repost your question, saying what state the apartment is in.
That is illegal, and furthermore it wouldn't be fair to all those who did follow the rules.
You can look up your credit report online. The lien holder would show on your credit report not the dealership. A repo stays on your credit for 7 - 10 yrs.
Yes, if there is a legal contract saying that the money is owed it can be reported to the credit bureau. It is up to them to determine if it falls under American Law.
Credit Cards for Bad Credit If you have bad credit, you might think that it is impossible for you to obtain a credit card. Let's start out by saying that if you have bad credit, the only possible reason could have for wanting another credit card is to try and rebuild your credit rather than to go on a shopping spree at the local Wal-Mart. For people with bad credit, credit cards can be the bane of existence.Even if you have bad credit, you might also be able to secure a department store credit card. Many department stores will offer you a credit with a low limit even if your credit isn't stellar. Of course, the big thing here is to make your payments on time and don't overextend your credit. http://simplecreditonline.com/
== == From the Spanish: "The one that takes the heel". Its probably a local saying similar to "Getting the crappy end of the stick", or "Pulling the short straw",...its not a compliment.
How can i stop getting messages from wap o2 saying im out of credit