Yes, you can rent even with bad credit, a broken lease and criminal history
You can rent with bad credit
There is a general misconception that if you have terrible credit, or a problematic rental history such as a broken lease, eviction or the like, you are more or less doomed when it comes to renting the best properties in town. Nothing can be further from the truth. Anyone can rent the best property in town regardless of credit. If you have a verifiable income and can pay the security deposit, rent, incidentals, and can pass a background check, we can help.
What if I have a criminal history?
One of the most formidable obstacles to renting an apartment is having a criminal history. This can be certain misdemeanors or a felony. Many apartment front desk assistants are trained to automatically turn away any applicant whose background check comes back with a felony. For many felony applicants who have already paid their debt to society, this can be a tough ordeal. While we cannot assist everyone who has a felony, we are able to offer expert consulting on how to overcome this barrier.
Luxury Living is Still Possible Even With Poor Credit Scores!
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We can help with income boosting programs.