I agree with Mr Cobb. A single eviction will hurt your rental history, and may give you a headache in the future when buying a house or renting a new place, but you have some options. First consider consulting an attorney to see if you can get your eviction expunged. Second, some landlords or lenders may allow you to explain the circumstances of your eviction and cut you some slack when applying for future leases or mortgages. Last, if you haven't been evicted yet, but your landlord is threatening it, consult an attorney to see if you can negotiate something with your landlord.
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