Management companies are used to working with applicants with less than perfect credit. You have a few options 1) Provide a guarantor (they will need to make 80x the monthly the rent).
2) Insurent (a company that acts as a guarantor). You can research them at http://www.insurent.com. They work with specific management companies and landlords. They charge a fee, which usually is the equivalent of one month's rent. 3) pre-pay a portion of the rent or offer extra security.
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Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
425 Park Avenue, 6 Floor
New York, NY 10022
My husband and I were looking for a rent to own property in Coatesville/Downingtown/Exton or the West Chester area, but without a lot of luck. Is there anyone specific that we should contact to help us out?
Thank you for your time,
This question was posted a few months ago, but I thought it was an important one to answer for others asking about crime in specific areas.
For your specific question, Canoga Avenue runs through several cities, including Woodland Hills, West Hills, Canoga Park, and Chatworth. So crime statistics can vary greatly, not only from city to city while traveling along Canoga Avenue, but also within the neighborhoods of each city, and finally crime statistics vary even along specific streets within those neighborhoods.
I advise my real estate clients to go to the LAPD website, specifically to this page: http://www.lapdonline.org/crime_mapping_and_compstat
This is a great mapping tool to research crime by type and frequency in the area you're thinking of moving to. Help this helps!... more
Yeah I agree with Don. The seven protected classes under the Federal Fair Housing Act are:
Disability (added in 1988)
Familial Status (having children under 18 in a household, including pregnant women) (added in 1988)
Like Don said just revise the ad and take out the terms that are red flags which he pointed out. Great answer Don.... more