Experian says that evictions don't show on their reports, but judgements do. You will need to settle the judgement. http://www.experian.com/blogs/ask-experian/2012/05/09/deleti
Here are some good sources for renting after an eviction
There are some good publications on tenant tights here:
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You can also offer to pay the future owner one or two months up front, so you will always be ahead on your payments. Or offer to pay an additional months deposit. Something that will make them feel comfortable in taking a chance on you. You will always get this money back if you stick with the good payment history and you don't do any damage to the property.
You may have to look for a place that is rented out by an individual rather than a management company. A person might be more understanding and give you a chance..... That is the only way I know of getting around the eviction. Most places run a credit history and ask the question of whether you have been evicted or not. If you answer yes to that question it is an automatic denial.
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