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Old 04-14-2014, 12:09 AM
 
Location: Charlotte NC
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Hey try high meadows apartments. It is
Self owned and he will work with up to 2 evictions. His name is Jim and he is a very Nice Guy. The whole complex is going under a new look because of it's location to light rail. Now the only this is they Don't really go off credit. If you can afford the two months rent then you get it. Pm me if you want more information
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Old 04-15-2014, 07:42 PM
 
Location: Murica
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Yes it is difficult but not impossible. People post things like this in hopes of getting a positive response or information and get nothing but discouragement and negativity, probably from people who have never experienced an eviction. The only stipulation was I had to show I was at least making payments on the place I owed. I was very, very lucky. It CAN be done. Every situation is different, and you may have to consult with an attorney or free legal aid service in your area to get the best advice.
I have zero-credit because I've never leased or used a credit card(not because I'm rich) or used a credit union loan to build it, and agree with those negative responses. They are just giving immediate and easy to read responses that are honest. Even most trailer parks check FICO scores these days..

I can't give a name of an apartment complex that doesn't but I know they are all over Charlotte, some even within walking distance to uptown. They aren't going to be well managed..

TIP: It's a small area search. I'd personally use Google Maps and Street View to get names then look them up.. You probably won't have to look long..
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Old 04-25-2015, 10:13 PM
 
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I am in charlotte and have an eviction on my record that is a little over a yr old...it is extremely hard to find a place!! I am at my witts end and need help..anyone know of anyone or anything anywhere here??...
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Old 04-30-2015, 03:30 PM
 
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The place i currently live would not accept a payment plan, nor is willing to accept crisis ministries, im behind about 4 months rent. got laid off ended up in a temp bills piling and needed to provide food for my family. I get a call from the landlord and are currently filing court papers, they wouldnt accept a payment plan so what am i to do?
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