We were able to rent with no rental history and had an evection from 2000. we are in Ohio ao it may be different but that is our experience.
It is totally up to the landlord's discretion whether to rent to you or not. As I am sure you are aware, you are not the most ideal candidate and you could be competing with other candidates who don't have these obstacles.
When applying, you should be truthful with your potential landlord, and if possible find other ways of convincing the landlord that you will be a good tenant, such as showing you have a reliable credit history and income stream and even getting a letter of recommendation from whoever you have previously been paying rent to. Another suggestion is to offer to pay extra security deposit or to pay a month in advance, or to get a co-signer on your lease. These are just suggestions for you to try to re-establish your rental history.
if a apartment complex does not take your social security number nor checks your credit, and they give you an apartment for rent,when you decide to leave that complex, will you have any credit history on your credit?
Yes, it will be very difficult but not impossible. Good luck:)
There is no real repository for rental histories. If you have a history of evictions they may show up on your credit report when you apply for tenancy and the apartment complex or landlord checks it.
i live in dallas tx i moved out of a apartment with abroken lease and now i being told there is an eviction on my rental credit history and i was never served because i had already left what can i do
Hello, guys. Eviction is the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. The term eviction is the most commonly used communications between the landlord and tenant. Some days before one of my friend faced some problem in Las Vegas by landlords and by the help of Rocket Eviction, his problem solved. They provide quick, efficient Nevada eviction services for apartment complex owners, high-rise condominium owners and other multi-family rentals in Clark County, Nevada.
The eviction process can occur in up to three days after the due date of the rent. However, the landlord must properly post a notice of at least three days before they can file an eviction suit.
You can't do that. If you evict a tenant that's a matter between you and that tenant. If you evict him and win, other rental property managers that use tenant-screening services will usually pick up on that eviction. If your apartment complex belongs to a property management group then that group will pick up on evictions by their properties.
You can rent an apartment with bad rental history by going to your town or county and asking for a list of apartments and houses that rent to low income people. These people typically don't have good rental history but the managers and owners will work with them. You can also apply anyway and may have to put down a larger deposit than someone with good rental credit and credit history.
Hello, guys. Eviction is the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. The term eviction is the most commonly used in communications between the landlord and tenant. In some jurisdictions, it may also involve the removal of persons from premises that were foreclosed by a mortgagee. I have no more idea about this. Recently I go through rocketeviction.com, which offers quick, efficient Nevada eviction services for apartment complex owners, high-rise condominium owners and other multi-family rentals in Clark County, Nevada.
The amount of time a guest can stay in your apartment varies from complex to complex. You would need to read your rental agreement for your apartment to find out how long that is. There usually are no regulations for how often a guest can visit.
They can if your written rental agreement talks about lawyer's fees.
An eviction only becomes a part of credit history if it becomes a matter of a lawsuit and judgment award. Negative renting/leasing information remains on the rental history for 5 years. Rental history is supplied by private agencies and is not a part of the credit report.
It will be difficult, but not impossible.
Yes, according to the law the tenant can stay in the apartment until the end of the legal process that precedes the eviction. However, your record would look better if you would appear to be a co-operative tenant. When you have been though an eviction, it is harder to find another rental.
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If Its off your credit report ,and rental history you can stop clamming today!
Hello, guys. Eviction is the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. The term eviction is the most commonly used in communications between the landlord and tenant. In some jurisdictions, it may also involve the removal of persons from premises that were foreclosed by a mortgage. I have no more idea about this. Recently I go through rocketeviction.com, which offers quick, efficient Nevada eviction services for apartment complex owners, high-rise condominium owners and other multifamily rentals in Clark County, Nevada.
Some people prefer to live alone. It is also important to get a rental history established.
Around 5 to 10 years
The consequences for lying on a rental application is probably going to be the same as lying on a job application: if you do get an apartment and it is later found that your application was false your lease could be terminated and you could be evicted. However, in most cases it depends on the type of lie that was detected. For example if you deny that you have criminal record, especially a sex offense, and they find that you do have criminal record you obviously will be denied an apartment. The general rule is: if you're going to fill out an application for anything, be it a job or an apartment, anticipate that all the information on it will be verified. This is especially true in apartment applications because apartment complex owners and managers are obliged to protect the residents of their complex by filtering out people who do not meet the minimum rental criteria, such as an acceptable credit history and acceptable criminal record.
It's best to check with the insurance provider but you should be able to transfer it with no issues as the insurance is for yourself/your belongings, not the apartment building itself.
It depends mainly on two things: 1) The rental contract and 2) The relevant laws and regulations of your state. But even if one of those forbids eviction for clutter, you could still be pushed out at the end of your lease by the landlord simply refusing to renew rather than by "eviction" proceedings, as such.
Most apartment rentals will not rent to you if you have had a prior eviction! However there are rental companies located in Southern California, that is sympathy to families who have been either in foreclosure, facing eviction, or if you suffer from credit challenges that will co-sign on your behalf for apartment rentals located in Orange County, California. There Requirements, you must be employed by a reputable company, you must provide 3-6 months of paycheck stubs proving income, and you must be able to pay first month's rent, apartment deposit and pay a co-signing fee equal to first month's rent total move in could run $2,500 for two bedroom apartment. "We Rent for You Apartment Leasing" located in Irvine, Ca provides co-signing services to families in Southern California. There services are quick, easy with No hassles. How they work, they will email you apartments in your area for one or two bedrooms; you tour the apartment complex, and the lease signed by the co-signing company and move in within 48hours.
As long as this was not a foreclosure and it does not show on your credit report, you should be fine. If it shows in your 12 month rental history it could also be a problem
Most apartment complexes and rental properties make tenant screening a standard phase of their application process. Tenant screening is the examination of potential tenants by the landlord, apartment manager or other rental property owner. The results of the screening are used by the management to determine whether a potential tenant is a suitable candidate for tenancy. These results are prepared by the tenant screening company in a properly formatted report which we call Tenant Screening Report. It includes the following things about the prospective tenant's credit history, address history, eviction background and previous criminal activity.