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If you have bad credit and you can’t fix it there are some ways to still get an apartment.
The good news here is that the FICO credit score usually required by landlords for rental checks is less than what’s required to qualify for a mortgage loan. If you have a credit score of 62o or higher, you should be able to rent an apartment without issue should a credit check be done.
Fortunately, even if you can’t fix your bad credit, this doesn’t necessary mean you still can’t rent that apartment.
After looking for the apartment of your dreams for several months it is frustrating to be denied of a place to rent because of bad credit history.
If you’re looking for apartments in the wrong places then you are definitely going to hit a dead end when it comes to no credit check apartments.
If you are especially worried about bad credit history and if you’re worried that it is going to keep you from getting what you want then, there are other options available to you.
If your score is less than 620, you may be considered a ‘high risk’ renter. If you are higher than 620, you can breathe a sigh of relief.
When you inquire about an apartment, you may have a better chance to convince the landlord to give you the apartment without a credit check (or if they do a credit check, overlook your negative credit score) if you show up in person and they like you.
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