Bankruptcy Information: Renting After Filing Bankruptcy

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  1. skylarportland says:

    This lawyer is correct. Landlords also look at your debt-to-income ratio too ( such as buying a car as well ) so they take that more into consideration that just that you filed for bankruptcy. Getting a co-signer though would be my last choice suggestion because you wouldn't want something to go awry somewhere and have them become responsible–would surely hurt a relationship.

  2. Shawn Afshar says:

    i'm a college student how can i get approved to rent an apartment? without having to get a cosigner

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