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5 Tips for Finding an Apartment After Breaking Your Lease

Are you having trouble finding a new place to live after breaking your lease on a previous location? There can be any number of reasons you broke the lease, many of which are perfectly valid. Realistically, though, having a broken lease on your record can make it more challenging to find another place to live. Fortunately, there are things you can do to improve your chances of getting another lease. 1.
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Finding an Apartment with No, Little, or Bad Credit

Apartment hunting can be a stressful task, especially if you’re looking in a market with few apartments available and many people looking to grab them as soon as they go up for rent. It gets even more difficult if you have poor credit history since the majority of companies require a credit check as a condition of approval. It’s not impossible to find an apartment with bad or
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10 Tips for Finding a Second Chance Apartment

If you have bad credit or negative rental history, you may need assistance in finding an apartment. Landlords view you as a risk because of a past history of failing to pay rent on time, breaking a lease with no cause (or the landlord perception of no cause), owing back rent on a prior residence, a past eviction, or moving out without providing notice. Some landlords offer second chance apartments,
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3 Ways to Get an Apartment with Bad History

  Apartment hunting is never easy. It's even harder when you've got a broken lease or bad credit in your background. While these things are not always our fault, a prospective landlord might not be able to overlook them. In this day and age, finding a place to live can be very stressful. There's definitely hope after these issues. Read on to find out what you can do for your
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Four Ways for Renters with Bad Credit to Get Approved

Your credit score can affect many aspects of your life, including the home and apartment rental process. Landlords may deny your rental application if you have a bad credit. This doesn't mean that you are locked out of the rental market, you will have to do a little more to qualify for second chance apartments. Here are four tips to improve your chances of getting the rental you desire. Be
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