In today’s world, it is very hard to get an apartment to rent and live in when you are experiencing a difficult financial time with records of not paying your loans well because the owner of the place is not willing to hand you the keys to his house in fear that you are not capable to fully pay the amount they need and in time. In most instances these house owners have valid reasons to want to decline your request to rent their house after looking at your bad credit history because they do not want to risk getting themselves into an occasion where they are not able to meet their own goals because you did not pay them in time. Another reason that might make it difficult for you to get an apartment for rent is when you have previously filed for bankruptcy, and the landlord finds out because this will show them that you are not in a very strong financial position to pay for expensive things such apartment rent.
There are many things that you might consider doing to convince a landlord that you will be paying them for renting you their house and it will make them more confident to allow you access. The method you can use to convince the landlord that his rent will be paid well is first by looking for a family member who has the kind of credit record required to sign the lease contract for the house with you so that there is an agreement binding them such that when you fail to pay rent in time then they can be asked to pay for you, and therefore the landlord is sure that his business is not at risk of loss.
The second thing to do is that at the time that you are talking to the landlord, you should be straight about your credit situation and how you are working to make it better so that they do not have to investigate and find out on their own. The good thing about not hiding the fact that you are currently not in a good financial position to the apartment owner makes him look at you as an honest person, and they can, therefore, be interested in renting you the house if your plan to get money in time and pay rent looks credible to them.
Thirdly, you can also partner with another individual who has a good financial record and with no major debts to rent the house with you and be paying monthly rent together. This is important because the landlord can be convinced that you can pay your rent by judging from the other person’s good credit.