Life after filing for bankruptcy protection can be a combination of exhilaration and frustration. One stepping stone many filers face is renting after bankruptcy. Navigating the world of landlords, credit checks and security deposits can be a challenge, but it's by no means impossible.
Here's a look at some basic strategies to keep in mind when renting after bankruptcy.
While it's true that some landlords may refuse an applicant because of a previous bankruptcy filing, bankruptcy filers still have rights in the rental process. If you'd like to learn more about your rights as a renter, you can speak with a lawyer today.