Please review our listed criteria. If you feel you meet the criteria, please apply. Please note that we provide equal housing opportunity; we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, national origin, familial status, marital status, sexual orientation, lawful source of income, age, ancestry.
One fully completed application must be received from each adult (18 years of age or older) who is applying to rent. If the application is not fully completed or sufficient explanations are not provided to explain the omissions your application you may be denied.
A copy of one form of identification is required along with each application. Form of identification must contain a photo of the applicant. ID copy must be colored and high resolution.
It is your responsibility to provide us with the information necessary to contact your past landlords. We reserve the right to deny your application if, after making a good faith effort, we are unable to verify your rental history. If you previously owned property rather than renting, you must provide references from your mortgage company as well as proof of title ownership or transfer. We also require a proof showing your current address; i.e. current utility bill, cell phone, cable TV bill, etc.
We must be able to verify independently the amount and stability of your income such as through paycheck stubs, employer contact or tax record. If self-employed you will need to provide a business license, tax records, bank records, or a list of client references. Gross monthly income must be at least three times of the monthly rent.
YOU WILL BE DENIED RENTAL IF:
1. You misrepresent any information on the application. If misrepresentations are found after the rental agreement is signed, your rental agreement will be terminated.
2. You have been convicted of any drug-related crime, violent criminal activity, or any other criminal activity that threatens the health, safety, and the right to peaceful enjoyment of the property by others.
3. You have had a money judgement taken against you within the last ten (10) years which has not been satisfied.
4. Your credit check shows that you have accounts that are past due. Should you have an account that is only minimally past due you may still be accepted as long as you have a reasonable explanation for the late account. Accounts past due more than sixty (60) days will not be accepted. Collections and a credit score of less than 650 will be a ground from denial.
5. You have been evicted for failure to pay rent or for any other breach.
6. Previous landlords report significant complaint levels of noncompliance activity such as: repeated disturbance of the neighbors peaceful enjoyment of the area; reports of gambling, prostitution, drug dealing, or drug manufacturing; reports of violence or threats to landlords or neighbors; allowing persons not on the rental agreement to reside on the premises; failure to give proper notification when vacating the property.
7. Reports from a prior landlord that they would not rent to you again because of your past behavior as a tenant.