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Old 05-23-2013, 01:25 PM
 
Location: Louisville, KY
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I've got a student loan issue with some missed pays that makes my credit score plunge. I have no defaulted student loans; no evictions whatsoever; no bankruptcies and no vehicle repossessions ever. That being said, my score is still in the low 600's and I'm looking for a place to move in September when my lease is up. I've been renting a home for five years and I'm ready for apartment living. The home rental has been too expensive for me with maintaining the grounds and the upkeep of the home.

Are there decent apartment complexes that will rent to someone with poor credit and no evictions/bankruptcy/repossessions? If so, what are they?

Also, I do have a permanent, full-time job with benefits. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks!
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Old 06-27-2013, 01:47 PM
 
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River Breeze in PRP rents to people with less than perfect credit. They are about 1 year old and are very nice and they accept pets. I believe the price is about $780 for a 2 bedroom. However have you ever thought of working on your credit? I work at Whitford Law Center and we help folks repair credit.
Robin



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I've got a student loan issue with some missed pays that makes my credit score plunge. I have no defaulted student loans; no evictions whatsoever; no bankruptcies and no vehicle repossessions ever. That being said, my score is still in the low 600's and I'm looking for a place to move in September when my lease is up. I've been renting a home for five years and I'm ready for apartment living. The home rental has been too expensive for me with maintaining the grounds and the upkeep of the home.

Are there decent apartment complexes that will rent to someone with poor credit and no evictions/bankruptcy/repossessions? If so, what are they?

Also, I do have a permanent, full-time job with benefits. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks!
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