I have some clients that I am working with, trying to get them a house for lease. They just got foreclosed on and given until nov. 1st to move out of their current house. Well it turns out that getting them approved for a residential lease contract is almost as hard as getting them approved on another mortgage for a new home. We have looked at ten or fifteen different houses now and tried to negotiate leases on a few and we can't get anything to work out. A couple of houses got leased up before we could get our contract in, however the ones we did get on the hook would either not consider them or would want to require a double deposit for them to move in.
Its sad because these people would really be good tenants if someone would give them a chance. The husband keeps a steady job and the wife is in a wheelchair and get a disability check from the government every month so the have one source of guarantee steady income. Also shes not Section 8. The problem with them having to pay a double deposit is that on most of the houses we looked at she won't be able to fit her wheelchair through the bathroom door, so the will have a big expense right off the bat widening the bathroom door.
I really want to help these people the are good people, I just wish we could get some of these landlords to loosen up a bit.
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