News and Press

There’s no doubt landlords have a real fondness for tenants who pay their rent on time. And to find out if that’s you, they’ll read the tea leaves by delving into your financial past. Basicguarally, they’ll check your credit score, which sums up how well you’ve paid off past debts. So what if your credit score is less than stellar, due to a few late or missed payments, or worse? Never fear—poor credit doesn’t mean you’re destined to live on the streets. Just check out these steps on how to get an apartment with bad credit.

Month-to-month leases offer renters flexibility, but what other advantages and disadvantages should you consider before signing the dotted line?
Navigating the rental market isn’t easy. Between bait-and-switch listings on sites like Craigslist, deceptive landlords, and confusing legal language in lease agreements, finding the right apartment can be a time-consuming, mentally taxing process. But before you even begin your search, you’ll need to determine whether you’re looking for a short- or long-term lease.