Finding a rental with poor credit is challenging but not impossible. Your criteria may be up for grabs a bit but again, it's possible. The thing to keep in mind is that you should have a credit repair program in place even before you look. It will show the potential landlord that you are proactively working toward building a good credit history. The benefit of actually improving your credit will allow you so many more opportunities in the future.
I personally recommend doing any and all credit repair on your own. Paying someone to do this can be frustrating because there is only so much anyone CAN do. Time heals the wounds.
Cody Anderson, MN Licensed Realtor
Metropolitan Home Team
Good recommendations have been given so far, but I recommend you improve your credit and see if perhaps the foreclosure could be removed entirely (rare, but it does happen).
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Best of Luck!
Because for the most part you will attempt to rent from a private party/individual. They won't care as long as the income is there.