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Can a person relocate with a new job and still get a apartment if current income is lower than the amount needed to rent?

Posted by Tara on September 11, 2001 at 10:49:56:

Can a person still get a apartment if they are relocating and new job would bring in more income than current job which doesn't meet apartment community requirements? The reason I ask this is because I am trying to relocate Atlanta from Missouri and I have a apartment being held for me in Atlanta. The problem is they say they will except a job offer letter stating what my new salary will be, but I will not have the salary offer letter until after I interview for the positions. I am suppose to move at the end of next month.My interviews are at the end of this month. Is there anything I can do? Should I talk to my leasing consultant and explain to her the situation? A bookeeper in the office told me my application couldn't be processed without the letter from new employer. What can I do????? I don't want to lose the apartment because it will be months before I can get in.


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