Interior. Thursday , December 28th , 2017 - 05:36:08 AM
Who knew apartments required good credit before giving you a lease? Many unsuspecting bad-credit-applicants have realized this fact the hard way. I know I did. Turns out apartments view a lease as a loan. If youre seeking a 12-month lease on an apartment thats $800 a month, youre essentially taking out a $9600 loan that you repay over a period of a year. If youre late, youll get a late fee. If youre too late, theyll repossess the apartment. So in that sense, I guess it is a loan.
Renting an apartment unit in San Diego is more or less like renting anywhere else in any major US city. The apartments conduct background checks that center on the applicants credit, rental and criminal history. Of particular importance are broken leases which apartments in San Diego deem to be very serious. Applicants with a prior broken agreement with a previous apartment will most likely receive an automatic denial.
Just like a loan from a bank, you must have a pretty decent credit score if you want to get approved for most apartments. Without that score, youll have to fork up the cash to pay for the apartment, get someone credit worthy (and often a property owner) to co-sign, or youll have to look elsewhere. Looking elsewhere is the only option for most people with bad credit.
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