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wondering what are landlords looking at when they check your credit?

I have applied and most of the answers are no because my credit is not good and if they know that they don't even want to talk to you. I have a good job and lived in a house for 9 years paying my rent.
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Each one is different and has different criteria. The broker usually has the last word. Sometimes talking to him (or her) may work. Good luck.

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I am really sorry that know one has answered your question , not sure if you will see this now ayou have found a place by now, but usally the landlords/owners look for past evictions or unpaid utility bills on your credit or even past money that is due to past rentals is also a problem. be honest up front with them. The majority of renters always have good pay history and rent is the 1st thing that is paid , with the economy the way it is now mortgage owners don't even pay and there homes are in forcloser or bank repo's - hopeing the goverment will bail them out , people who rent are more likely to pay on time than a person that owns a home

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