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Best Tips to Find a New House for Rent

To discover an ideal apartment or rental home, and to make the search go smoother – there are a number of steps you can take to comfort the problem and accelerate the process.

Lower Rental Costs

There are several things you can do to find a lower monthly house rent:

  • Look Outside an Urban Area

  • Consider Transportation Costs

  • Get a Roommate

  • Check for Subsidies

  • Think Small

  • Negotiate

Start Hunting

While the features you want in an apartment are specific to you and your lifestyle, there are a several basic things you need to look for:

  • Price

  • Transportation

  • Convenience

  • Safety

Gather Your Down Payment

Many landlords require a down payment, which usually includes the first and last month’s rent, along with a security deposit equal to one month’s rent. Your first and last month’s rent is obviously retained by the landlord, but your security deposit is generally returned if you leave the property in the condition you found it. Otherwise, it can be applied to maintenance, repairs, and cleaning.

Run a Credit Check

Many landlords run credit checks to see if there are any glaring issues with potential tenants, such as unpaid bills or bankruptcy. You can also expect a background check. Although landlords run these checks prior to approving you, it’s actually a good idea to request your own free credit report on your own.

Prepare Documentation

Landlords take a substantial financial risk if they don’t thoroughly check out each applicant, so in addition to credit and background checks, some may require extra documentation. Gather the following papers and keep them on file in advance of your search:

  • Letter of Employment

  • Tax Returns

  • Reference Letters

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