You can search for rentals by type, size, cost, location, ect... If you choose to save your search, be notified of new rentals on the MLS, or schedule a showing, simply create an account take it from there!
Happy Hunting! As always, feel free to ask a professional for help!
Keller Williams Realty
Americorp Real Estate
Brokers Associate, e-PRO
If you're not working with a rental agent, find one. They can be very helpful & usually at no charge/cost to you. You can also try Craigslist or go to my website below.
You will more than likely need to pay the landlord for a credit check, even if you have one of your own. But it doesn't hurt for you to get one online freecreditreport.com is one website you can use. They charge $1 upfront but you can cancel as soon as you receive your report.
They usually will also require a letter of recommendation or verification from your previous landlord & verification of employment..
Also let agent know what else is important: schools, size, near transportation, etc