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  JennaNGood  |  21

I'd leave, but take all my furniture with me, as well as notify the building manager/landlord that I was moving out, so they should do a credit re-evaluation on the remaining tenants.


That's true #16, but if they only got the apartment because of OP's credit score, then they'll probably get kicked out. Taking the furniture would just an added bonus of revenge.

  tdawg91  |  17

If their name is on the lease then that contributes to their credit score and rental history so they may actually have a good scoring now after living there. So take your furniture and request your bond back from the real estate

  kirasant  |  19

And inform the landlord. If it was your score that did it, the landlord won't want them there. You also don't want to leave people like that with a lease in your name.

Take everything, OP. Everything. And have your friends help so they can't keep you from taking your stuff. Get as many big guys as you can to back you up.


@33, keeping that in mind, they might only have asked him to share the apartment with them because of his credit score. They probably had every intention of kicking him out after the lease was signed

  Dgarcia2014  |  13

That the tenants without the nice credit score are the ones living there! Also, I'm sure OP is the one whose name is on most of the paperwork. The roommates should be the ones to move, actually.

  SexPot143  |  13

Anyone over 18 has their credit and background run and therefore is put on the lease. The better the credit the lower the deposit. So all of them would be on the lease unless otherwise noted. I know this because I just got an apartment and every one we looked at did the same thing. And depending on the lease you're kind of screwed but maybe she can talk to management