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Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Thecall » Fri Apr 05, 2013 6:38 pm

Tomorrow we need $300.00 so we can move in to our new apartment. We have everything else we need just this amount is pending in our account and we need it by tomorrow or landlord is going to kick us out. We've asked people already and said we'd pay them back but they said their money is tight too. Is there anything you can do??? Thanks a lot.

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Post by Jane Mary » Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:48 am

I was recently evicted from my apartment a month ago due to inability to pay. I am a mother of 2 boys ages 4 and 2. My oldest son has potential autism (waiting on final results) with slop developmental skills. He cannot speak or do anything most kids his age can. I am highly stress and now I am staying in my kids grandma's house but in need of getting assistance with another apartment. But I do not have any money or even access to a loan to put down a deposit for a new place.

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Post by LesterH » Sun Jul 06, 2014 11:56 am

I am looking for someone to help me move my things from one apartment to the next. But I have no funds to pay for moving do to me and my children facing hardship at the moment. I have this weekend to move out 7/6/2014. If you know anyone who will volunteer for free their services for moving or that will give me a loan, that will be highly appreciated. I work on Friday, but cannot move on that day. Please feel free to mail me ASAP.

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Re: Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Admin » Sat Jun 04, 2016 9:28 am

Why would you use a loan to move, when you are already in a crisis? That is a bad idea. What, were you thinking of a payday company and then you will be in even more of a hardship. So we do have a list of low cost lenders and information on when someone should or shouldn't use them. You need to consider interest rates, your source of income, and many other factors. So read about payday loan fees and maybe you will get some ideas for your rent and other bills here.

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Re: Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Lincoln12 » Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:58 am

I am looking for assistance with rent and security deposit for a new apartment. I also am looking at a disconnection notice from PUD for $126.87. I need a loan to move from my current residence because my cousin has MS and needs help, I live on the 2nd floor, he does not walk.
My current landlord is not willing to move me to a 2 bedroom ground floor unit, he has no place to go. I work part time and am on social security disability myself. Any help from a loan would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.

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Re: Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Tweedcoat » Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:21 pm

Hi, I'm inquiring about getting some assistance with a security deposit and first month's rent. I'm stuck living with friends and I can't live here anymore. There's alcohol and weed and I wear a catheter because I can't pee. I'm always in pain.
I'm looking for a place to live, as well as a loan to pay for it. I can get out of my lease. I'm trying to save money but I'm on permanent disability. I have a friend who is trying to get SSI and we would like to get an apartment we have no money. I have $125 saved please help I'd love to get motel vouchers to live in while I can save rent. I need help please. I'm scared to live where I am. Can you help me?

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Re: Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Admin » Thu May 24, 2018 10:57 am

Some charities will offer interest free loans. Try one of those. But having only $125 saved for future rent and housing costs, not to mention food, basic needs, etc. is not much. You should save more money before living on your own. Good luck.
Tweedcoat wrote:I'm looking for a place to live, as well as a loan to pay for it. I can get out of my lease. I'm trying to save money but I'm on permanent disability. I have a friend who is trying to get SSI and we would like to get an apartment we have no money. I have $125 saved please help I'd love to get motel vouchers to live in while I can save rent. I need help please. I'm scared to live where I am. Can you help me?

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Re: Loan to move into an apartment

Post by Greenwich » Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:42 pm

I am writing for a friend. He is a disabled, single father who has full custody of 2 of his children and part time custody of one. He needs to vacate his home on November 19. I took a loan and cosigned for him to move into Gray Haven Townhomes in Dundalk, MD and he did get approved, however; they want $2,686.50 for him to move in and he does not have the money. He has already received emergency assistance for his rent for social services earlier this year so he is unable to apply for that again right now and that is why he wants a loan to cover the move in. He needs help right away or else he and his children will be homeless. Any assistance you can provide will be appreciated. Thanks,

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