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I have an "eviction" because I voluntarily left a property after I lost my job back in 2006?

I have an "eviction" because I voluntarily left a property after I lost my job back in 2006. Then I filed bankruptcy and was discharged this past December. Even with positive rental history for the past 3 years, and a salaried job with the City, I'm still having great difficulty finding an apartment in a decent neighborhood. What can I do to convince my potential landlord that I am a worthy renter??
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Lets look at the facts. You claim "I have an 'eviction' because I voluntarily left a property...". The eviction process goes as follows - Notice is served on tenant (3 day, 30/60 or 90 depending on type of notice). Tenant does not cure the notice (pays the rent, or complies with the rental agreement) and remains in the property. Then the owner hires and attorney, a court date is set and then and ONLY then is any public record made of the "eviction". Then there is a court date and hearing and then after the judge hears the evidence they ruled against the tenant and an EVICTION judgement is recored against the tenant. In short the Eviction exist because the landlord had to go to court, most likly for non-payment of rent, but that is just a guess. If you left Voluntairly after the court documents were filed you did not leave when asked and so have an eviciton.

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Go to RMCN.com if it's coming up on your credit report when you apply for an apartment.

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