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Amy Williams Ramirez is an experienced writer of content for many websites and various articles. She also has been an Apartment Locator and Licensed Real Estate Agent for over 8 years, serving the entire Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. She has lived in the Metroplex her entire life and is very familiar with all the properties, as well as their approval criteria, and the city itself. Amy has been with J. Ellis Apartment Locators for over 6 years, and they are the premiere Locating Company for the DFW area, in business for almost 20 years now. Many locating companies have come and gone over the years, but J. Ellis has remained throughout the decades and is a well respected Apartment Relocation Company.
The second area that the best apartments in Dallas always check is your past rental history. They want to know if you have ever broken a lease or been evicted. They will check with the current apartments you are living in now, even if they are in another state, to verify that you are leaving on good terms. It may be tempting to try to "stretch the truth" and hide the fact that you owe past apartments money, but resist the urge. The credit check that they pull on you will reveal any debts that you owe to past properties. In Dallas, any past debts to properties that are still unpaid, even if they are many years ago, will mean an automatic denial if it shows up on your credit. The Manager does not have control over making the final decision in this regard. This is because most apartments in Dallas are managed by large Property Management Companies who make all the corporate decisions for their properties. They set the rules, and the rule is always to check for any property debts and automatically deny an application if such a debt appears. Other cities with a higher percentage of privately owned small apartment communities, such as San Antonio or Houston, may be more flexible in this regard since they maintain more control over who they accept or deny and the Manager may be allowed to make the final ruling.
Looking through the apartment listings can be a pretty confusing experience. Just what are the differences between a junior one-bedroom and an alcove studio? A convertible three-bedroom and a flex two-bedroom? Knowing the layout of each type of apartment and what features each type contains will greatly improve your chances of finding the perfect apartment rental for your needs and lifestyle.