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Apartments are available to renters with bad credit, but landlords often require alternative evidence that potential tenants are reliable and have strong, stable income sources, U.S. News & World Report states. For examp... More »

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Seeking out landlords that don't perform credit checks and obtaining letters of recommendation from previous landlords that verify timely rent payments are two ways to get an apartment with bad credit. In addition, havin... More »

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While it may be more difficult than usual for a person with poor credit to rent an apartment, it is not impossible. Those with poor credit may wish to use a co-signer, offer to pay a larger deposit or set up recurring re... More »

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To lease an apartment with bad credit, one should be prepared to put up a larger deposit, demonstrate strong income, and provide letters from previous employers or landlords, says U.S. News & World Report. Other strategi... More »

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Tips for renting an apartment with bad credit include getting a co-signer with sufficient credit, paying a couple of months' rent in advance and showing steady income, explains Forbes. Letters of recommendation that vouc... More »

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A good way to approach an apartment search with bad credit is to find either a guarantor or co-signer, put down a higher security deposit, find a roommate who has good credit, or pay more for the apartment to compensate ... More »

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Seeking out landlords that don't perform credit checks and obtaining letters of recommendation from previous landlords that verify timely rent payments are two ways to get an apartment with bad credit. In addition, havin... More »

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