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My credit score is around 548 or so. I was diagnosed with new-jersey and while getting tested, my dad took me off of his health insurance without my knowledge. I was laid off from my job and have been unable to find one since. I was denied disability so I can't afford to pay the medical bills off. Anyway, my boyfriend wants me to move in with him. He is paying for the apartment, but they asked that I fill out an application and I know they will check my credit. Will my application be denied or will they allow me to move in since technically I wouldn't be paying any portion of the rent? (Also before anyone judges me, he wants me to move in with him to get away from my abusive dad). Please only serious and mature answers only please.
I was laid off because I was involved in a very bad car accident and suffered a miscarriage as well as a head injury so I was unable to make it back to work. My job replaces me. I am a deadbeat as "Landlord" says. I have worked since I was 14 years old, I've paid all my bills on time except medical bills. I plan to get a job within 2 weeks of moving in with him, so I can help with rent and start paying off the medical bills. I had to involve the landlord because they require everyone who lives in the apartment to fill out an application.
You are not a deadbeat. You certainly have been dealt a crappy hand, and ANYONE, including some who give answers here, can end up with a catastrophic illness or accident that can wipe out their bank accounts, ruin their credit and cost them their employment. Have you tried talking to the landlord about your unique case? Since the boyfriend already has been living there and paying rent, I don't see why the landlord would deny you (unless they are expecting you to pay for the rent also) What you are only wanting to do is be added as a tenant on the lease, not as a leaseholder. Now, if you are only added as a tenant and you guys have a spat and he leaves, you have basically no rights and would have to move out. As for the medical bills, if they are astronomical, have you talked to the hospital and asked if you qualify for any programs? Was the car accident your fault? If not, have you gotten a lawyer so you can get some compensation to pay your medical bills and also get pain and suffering? A personal injury attorney is free of charge and they don't charge you their fee unless you get a settlement. Depending on the details of this accident, your bills should be being paid by insurance. Even IF your father took you off his medical insurance (or was it car insurance he took you off of?) At any rate, you can claim bankruptcy and wipe these medical bills out if you cannot pay them and cannot get the hospital to work with you. You do realize the bill the hospital sends you is way higher than what an insurance company pays!? You should NEVER pay what the hospital says you owe. You can always negotiate. Suicide isn't the answer either. It is just a long term solution to a short term problem.
Your application could be denied due to credit score, but you will be able to ask the landlord why. You could always explain your situation. In the meantime might as well set up job interviews in the surrounding areas so when the landlord does question you can tell him that you are at least actively trying to get a job. It will show some initiative.
Speak in person with the landlord if you can and explain your medical situation, or write them a letter if that's not possible. Don't let your credit score be the only thing they know about you! Some landlords are more understanding than others, and they may be more than willing to work with you, especially if your boyfriend has a good history and income. Good luck!
I would not let you move in. The odds are that you 2 will break up, especially since you will be bumming off him. Then the landlord may be stuck with a dead beat in the apartment. I would not let you do that to me.
Try it why did you involve the landlord? ---why were u laid off? luck