💡Most landlords will request prospective tenants to have a credit score of 620+ or higher, it can vary per the situation.
💡Some buildings require credit scores of 700+. In the event an individual does not have a great credit score, don’t get discouraged!
💡Often times the landlord/rental company will work with the individual and ask for more money upfront, additional references or another deposit.
💡Credit scores don’t lower rental rates. Rental rates are based on the market value and the individual or company’s urgency to rent.
💡Credit scores often help with move-in dollars – the better the credit score the less money they’ll ask upfront