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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by ero2, Sep 25, 2003.
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I have no real experience in this, but I would guess that the number of inquiries wouldn't really matter to a landlord. As long as there is no (or little) bad stuff on your report you should be fine.
If you're in doubt I'd suggest mentioning it to the landlord when you're applying. If they will refuse to take you based on inquiries I'd hate to see them add another inquiry. Maybe even print out a copy of your report and bring it with you when you apply.
Don't sweat it. You should have no problems. I have been getting apartments for years with baddies on my reports. They can care less about inquires.