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How to Eligible for Rent with Bankruptcy, Liens, and Bad Debt

Presently, in order to be eligible for home renting, a loan or even employment, you have to ensure that your credit rating score is high and have no financial issues. The reason is that a business with you comes with its challenge. This blog post brings you tips to help you rent a home or apartment you’ve always wanted with an unhealthy credit score, are bankrupt and facing other financial troubles.

Seek the Help of a Person with a Clean Credit Score

Think about that property you’ve wanted to rent but the proper owner wants tenants with a proper credit score. A good way to qualify is to involve an alley or family member with a high credit score to co-sign for the home lease. Although it demands lots of trust on their side, co-signing means that they’d be ready to foot any unpaid debts or damages.

Be Forthright

At no given time should you allow the property owner to find out you have a poor credit score or are in bankrupt through their means. Express your honesty about everything when you meet the landlord for information regarding the rental. Financial unsoundness leading to bad credit and bankruptcies might come as a result of aspects that you can control, for instance the unexpected loss of a job or an illness that leaves huge medical bills. You win their trust by being honest.

Make Upfront Payments

Still, a property owner may consider your tenancy risky following your bad credit score. In such a scenario, making your payment in advance like a month prior can help a great deal. Besides, you can also hand in large deposit to act as a guarantee for the risk the landlord faces if it happens you don’t manage to raise your rent on time.

Share with Someone with a Good Credit Rating

A trick of this nature works best where the home in question is large. With a person of good credit rating on board, you’re sure to qualify for renting the home.

Recommendations

You can ask your current landlord to recommendation to the landlord to be if you’ve never defaulted paying rent. If filling your home application letter online, you can attach a recommendation letter.

Offer to Pay Risk Fees

It’s possible for a landlord to turn down your application for renting a property due to your lien, bankruptcy, and poor credit rating. Aside from making higher deposits and making upfront payment, you can also convince the landlord to charge additional risk fees if you must have the property.

Be Unique in Your Application

Make sure you don’t leave out any important information. Consider an extended lease, enter the house before scheduled time and pay a huge deposit.

All the tips covered promise better odds of getting your home application accepted with all the financial troubles you may be having.