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When you rent a property whether a home or apartment and have a lease agreement three are several things that may have affected your ability to keep the rental agreement. Some of the reasons could be your inability to keep up with rental payments on time or it could be things that are out of your control like an uninhabitable property, ownership false pretenses, or the or broken contractual promises made by the landlord.
In cases that you are at fault for breaking the lease agreement such as job loss, inability to pay, late rental payment history, bankruptcy or other reasons, the landlord is likely to evict you from the property and report a broken lease agreement on your rental history and credit report.
If you have a judgement resulting from a civil lawsuit for breach of contract, that would remain on your credit report for a period of seven years. Not all broken lease agreements would result in a lawsuit that would affect your credit rating. However, in your rental application you would be required to list your previous rental and property ownership history and a broken lease agreement could stifle your ability to rent or purchase a property.
Finding a landlord that is willing to approve you as a tenant with a prior broken lease agreement is very difficult due to the economic downturn and the flooding of new renters in the market. Landlords can and are being more picky in who they accept as tenants.
At For Rent No Credit Check we understand that things may happen outside of your control and we’re here to help you get back on track. With our service your approval isn’t based on your credit score or a broken lease agreement, your approval is based on your income.
If you are interested in renting a property and are finding it difficult to get approved due to past circumstances ask us about our rental guarantee program and contact us to see if our rental guarantee program is right for you.