It is simple....
Find a job first.....
Then move, may be use extended living or home away from home for a short period of time during which you try to find a rental that suits your needs and your pocket book...
When you sign the application for lease / rent, you will allow the landlord to check your credit score,
your current employment and income, and where you if you did so rented before, they will also want
some references so be prepared for that.
landlords usually always look for a good pattern, someone who has rented before and paid on time, good credit score, and good references.
So remember first things first.... you may be lucky if you find a job with a local Chicago company, they
may assist you in the beginning with your rental, i.e. they may agree to pay your rent up to a certain amount, which then would be a nice security for the landlord.... But just find the job first, see if the company can be of assistance, and go from there.
Some renters in your situation just starting out in the job and rental market, may consider prepaying the landlord for the first 6 months, or consider renting with a room mate who has good rental and
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