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2011-09-12 21:58:01
2011-09-12 21:58:01

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.

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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?


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If Its off your credit report ,and rental history you can stop clamming today!


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Eviction is the removal of a tenant (A leasehold estate) from rental property by the landlord. Hope I Helped!


(2009) If you were not ever evicted from the apartment then your LL should not be registering (in any official capacity) that you were evicted. Such false registration by the LL may bring about the consequence of you having your credit rating affected or even making it more difficult for you to get a loan, a new rental, a mortgage, etc. Such false reporting by a landlord could therefore constitute slandering/defamation to you and even undue expenses. You should inform your LL, by registered mail immediately that, you want the incorrect 'eviction' registration/reporting removed within 30 days and furthermore that, if the LL does not comply with your request that you shall hold him liable for any future expenses that you may incur as a consequence of his false registration that he failed to correct in a timely manner, when notified by you.


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