How to Handle the Aftermath of an Eviction

How to Handle the Aftermath of an Eviction

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If you are facing an eviction, following the right steps can help you to find a new rental unit without unnecessary trouble or stress. Immediately after an eviction, consider downsizing your belongings by disposing of old furniture and unnecessary junk. You should keep only those items you use on a daily basis. Make reparations with your previous landlord by paying any rent still owed or covering the expenses to repair damage you may have caused. Eliminating any debt related to your eviction is the only way to remove its effects from your credit report. When searching for a new apartment, ask to speak one-on-one with any potential landlords. Discuss rather than hide your eviction, as it will turn up on any background check your new landlord performs.

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