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Good afternoon. Yes, unfortunately it will because credit reports are actually national rather than simply state-wide.
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If it is not on your credit report, the apartments would not find it under any customary search methods. Having said that, most applications have prior residence histories and if you put the eviction property down and they should call as part of the background check, then they will become aware of it.