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In many cases a landlord may require a renter to provide additional information, or complete additional steps prior to approval. Often times, this means finding a guarantor.
Security deposits for rental apartments might be handled differently in places in the U.S. than they are in your home country. The customs and regulations surrounding rentals will vary by U.S. location. Read on for what you need to know.
Most households pay rent responsibly and on time, but that track record of on-time payments has historically not been reflected in their credit history. That’s beginning to change due to newer credit scoring models that use rent payment info in the calculation of credit scores.
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