Terry Floyd
Terry Floyd
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I am being turned down for rentals because my only income is from unemployement, I receive more than 2X the rent a month. Is that legal ?

I have to move bc of the condition of the property . but no one will rent to me help.
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Colleen Corgan
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Many property managers mandate that you make a minimum of 3x the amount of rent.

Is there any way you can get someone to co-sign for you?
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Terry Floyd
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I really don't have anyone, but the amount was not an issue until he found out it was from unemployement. My benefits just started the end of June and i directed him to the web site where it states that they are giving extensions up to 96 weeks, and he still would not rent to me. :(

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Travis Waller
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I concur with Colleen. Keep in mind they can also turn you down based on credit.

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