Interiors. Thursday , January 04th , 2018 - 09:49:22 AM
The other aspect that will help determine where you live is your budget. You should not spend more than 30 percent of your income on housing. You also need to include insurance and utilities into your housing budget.
Apartments with lots of amenities are typically owned by large property management companies and are more likely to check your credit. So, if you have bad credit, stay away from the apartments with pools and workout rooms. An individually-owned condo or townhouse probably wont require a credit check, especially if its newer. Chances are the owner hasnt been through many tenants and probably hasnt had a tenant skip out on the rent, so they dont have much reason to do credit checks.
In almost every city, you can find booklets listing different complexes in the area. While these free circulars are not up to date with who still has apartments for rent and who doesnt, it is a great place to get a list of what complexes are in your new area. You can look at the location and list of amenities before you contact the leasing office for a tour.
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