super cheap apartments las vegas?
Hi, me and my mom are looking for super cheap apartments in Las Vegas that don't accepts bad credit and doesn't do credit check, doesn't care about past rental history...we have been late on rent every month for 2 1/2 years, was in a legal agreement with the courts and broke that several times but was given extra chances, now we are done...the property manager has had enough and is going to evict us but we told her we would leave on our own by the end of the month and she said she won't proceed with the eviction if we do. Also don't have any personal references. We are both on disability and only make $1,950 combined I checked out Siegel Suites, Budget Suites and The Suites but they are all $1,200-$1,300 a month for just a one bedroom. We are looking at $800 a month for 2 bedroom. We we're paying only $557 here a month. Reason why we couldn't pay rent is cause we committed fraud with our debit cards and ATM fraud and the bank let us stay with them but banned our ATM use. We also made bad check payments to our current apartment online and they banned our online access. So we had no way to pay the rent that is why we broke our legal agreement. If anyone knows of any place that would rent to us with our record and awful credit of low 400's credit score please let me know. TY. BTW this is NOT a troll post. Just desperate to find an apartment for us. TY BTW, needs to be less than 1/2 mile walking distance to casino as I play blackjack for extra income and we don't have a car.
- 1 month ago
modest lofts in las vegas , isnt it hot there , power and water supply a large portion of a state away and there in the desert , extraordinary spot for old individuals who need to bite the dust soon ..dont stress session the horror rate in las vegas and the junkies .. just individuals who live there work there , there's nothing more to it
- garryLv 61 month ago
cheap apartments in las vegas , isnt it hot there , electricity and water supply half a state away and there in the desert , great place for elderly people who want to die soon ..dont worry bout the high crime rate in las vegas and the druggies .. only people who live there work there , thats all .
- MarkLv 61 month ago
Give up the gambling. You aren't a good as you think.
If you are both on disability, find a place in a small town.The trick is finding a LL that will rent to you. You are vulnerable to scams and they are vulnerable to non-payment.You may look for a couple of rooms to rent rather than an apartment. Go on Craigslist under Rooms/Shared. You may find someone willing to take a chance on you.
- 1 month ago
Started to type that this is a joke and then saw you say it is not a troll post. Well you get some credit for having no shame in admitting you're a loser by listing the reasons why.
You had it lucky with your current landlord. You screwed it up by gambling instead of making sure your rent was paid FIRST! You need to move somewhere the cost of living is much lower and where the landlords are not onto your scam. Maybe a homeless shelter can help you.
You are in the position you are in because of your own actions. You have to get yourself out of it.
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- n2mamaLv 71 month ago
You don’t qualify for an $800/month apartment. If your total monthly income is $1950, the most you would be qualified for from a rent standpoint for most landlords would be $650/month. And even that is more than you can manage, because you couldn’t manage to pay $557/month on time for even a single month for over two years. The issue you have here is that your income is too low for what you want and your financial management has been absolute garbage to date. I have no idea how you found an apartment as cheap as you did (and you were so foolish to screw that up), but you need to look in the same area.
- realtor.sailorLv 71 month ago
Check www.apartments.com and www.rent.com
- 1 month ago
"...needs to be less than 1/2 mile walking distance to casino as I play blackjack for extra income..."
Let's get real. That isn't "extra income". It's definitely not a stable source of income either. You have a gambling addiction and need a real job if you need to gamble regularly to pay the rent. Not trying to be rude. Thanks for being honest. But you need some sort of counseling. I suspect the whole ATM fraud was related to the gambling debts too.
- JudyLv 71 month ago
not going to happen
- Anonymous1 month ago
They ALL check your credit nowadays. With your history, it is highly unlikely that anyone would rent to you.
- SlickterpLv 71 month ago
The chances of finding two bedrooms that cheap close to casinos that doesn't care about credit or rental history is basically zero which is why you can't find it.