Summary of Rental Qualifications and Application Process
Required Information – Government issued ID, 2 most recent pay stubs (or 2 years tax returns if self-employed), pet photo taken with applicant (if applicable). Landlord contact info for last 3 years. All adults aged 18+ must apply & pay a $50 app fee. Security Deposits and Admin Fees -Applicants with better credit and references will generally be approved at a security deposit of 1 months rent + $200 admin fee. Applicants with combined credit scores below 620 and references may still be approved at up to a double deposit + an increased risk mitigation admin fee. Common Reasons to be Declined –Incomplete application, evictions, collections from landlords, credit score below 500, insufficient income, unsatisfactory references, non-discharged bankruptcies, unqualified occupants, pets (no aggressive breeds allowed), vehicles and/or move in dates too far in future can also be a reason for a declined application. Within the last 7 years, any felonies of illegal manufacture or distribution of a controlled substance, felonies resulting in bodily harm or intentional damage or destruction of property for example, “arson”. Any sexual related offenses for any time period. TENANT LIABILITY INSURANCE is now required for all Leases and Lease Renewals. Please see our Tenant Liability Insurance Policy under RESIDENT SELECTION CRITERIA! Learn more by reading our Resident Selection Criteria.
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All Property Managers participating in the leasing and/or management of real property have the responsibility and obligation to offer equal service to all clients and customers without regard to race, creed, color, religion, age, handicap, sex, sexual orientation, familial status, national origin, or any other class protected under applicable federal, state, and/or local laws and ordinances, as well as those set forth in the NAR Code of Ethics.