‘no credit check rentals in los angeles’
One of the most disheartening experiences anyone can go through is to be denied housing especially where a family is involved. Los Angeles has endured the brunt of the recent foreclosure epidemic and hundreds of families who previously owned homes have found themselves looking for apartments. The only difference this time around is that they happen to have the foreclosure on their credit score which makes it very likely to be denied approval for an apartment, townhome, condo or any other rental home. Other issues weighing down prospective renters include broken leases, felonies and misdemeanors. In LA, many apartments have resorted to checking credit in order to approve tenants and failure to satisfy the requirement can result in denial of approval. Look at the distress call recently from a resident in the LA Times
Dear Liz: My wife and I sold our house and have to be out by the end of the month, but we can’t find a place to live because of our bad credit. If we don’t move out, we will lose the sale and still have to pay the real estate agent his commission. We’ve applied with about 65 landlords and each one checked our credit, which has caused our scores to fall further. We live on Social Security checks of $1,367 a month. We’re in our 70s and not in good health and we don’t need this stress. Help! Read more
Renting an apartment in LA with bad credit may not be easy anymore, but there’s hope. If you have terrible credit, you can attempt to fix it. There are tool available in the market to do that. Here is a popular one.
Even in the absence of tools, you can contact the credit bureaus directly, order a copy of your credit, peruse it and see whether there are any unusual entries. If there are, you can follow the dispute process and if they can get you a letter stating there is a dispute pending, you may be able to use this letter to get approved. Other than that, you can simply arrange a meeting with a leasing office manager explain your circumstances and see whether they can approve you if you say, come up with a slightly larger deposit.
There has also been a surge in demand for no credit check apartments in Los Angeles CA. These are apartments that will not routinely access credit scores and criminal background databases. In many cases, these are individually owned apartments or privately owned apartments. Los Angeles CA apartments for lease by owner is one of the best way of beating a credit and background check although there are small pockets which do conduct them.
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