This should allow you to rent, and work on repairing your credit, establish a trend of pays. Don't feel bad, we are all about second chances here in America, and even with the foreclosure, your credit is down but not out.
Keep your head up & best of luck.
Indeed you can rent something and in fact I have seen a couple rental properties in Highlands Ranch, you just have to jump on them QUICKLY!!!! Here are some good sites to look for rentals:
Just be prepared to fill out a lease application ASAP and be prepared to provide possibly a larger security deposit.
I think if you are proactive about the process and provide good references you should be able to find a suitable rental property to live in.
Let me know if you need anything and feel free to search for homes at http://www.brookehengst.com.
REALTOR, CDPE, The Elite Team
Your Castle Real Estate
I just have a discussion with them when they sign the contract. They are expected to pay the rent on time. If they are late I promise to immediately start an eviction process. They are grateful that I will rent to them and (so far) all rents are recieved on time.
I'm happy to rent to them if they are good, reasonable people.
My houses have rented quickly.