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Its very tough! My suggestion is to highlight your good points- steady work, on time rent payments, put down extra as a security deposit. I know, if you had all that then you might not have a low credit score, but there are not a lot of options. They have to like you for a tenant beyond your credit score. When I was looking for a place, going through divorce and bankruptcy and cancer and self-employed the last 10 years, I offered to put down 3 months deposit. I had to borrow that money from a friend, but the manager accepted it and I had a decent place!

Otherwise, you are looking at places that don't check scores.

There may be some Landlords desperate for the money. There's a Lot of people with little to no info right now. An aqaintance of mine just got a new apartment and she's got two small kids, age 6 and 8. Have you tried places that Help people Find apartments for people? That's what I did but I ended up finding one myself. Good Luck to you! I Hope you find something soon!🍀

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