As mentioned in earlier comment by my colleagues, you should be able to find a landlord that will lease to you. Just be up front and let them know about your financial hardships and how you have now overcome them in a letter. Put together your best package hen submitting your rental application. Get letters or statements from landlords, employers, references, etc. Show proof of income and bank statements. Offer to put down an increased deposit if necessary. Have a guarantor or co-signer ready just in case they are needed. You may not get the first one that you apply for, but keep trying until you do.
Best of Luck,
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