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It's usually difficult to rent an apartment in Manhattan if you have bad credit however it's not totally impossible. There are many factors that come into play but any way you look at it, your options will be more limited than if you had stellar credit.
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In Manhattan, right? Generally speaking, yes you can. However, you will most likely have to pay extra security &/or rent up front. Many landlords will not accept bad credit at all while many others will with the extra money security.