You must fully complete all portions of the application or provide an explanation acceptable to the landlord as to why you did not complete all portions of the application.
You must be at least 18 years of age.
You must have photo identification.
You must have a valid social security number.
You must have a prior rental history or have owned a home and provide proof of same. Exemption to this requirement is full time students, providing their status can be verified.
Any negative reference from a prior or current landlord will cause you to be denied rental.
If eviction action has ever been filed against you, regardless of the outcome, you will be denied.
Your gross monthly income must be at least 3 times the monthly rental amount and you must provide landlord with acceptable written documentation substantiating your income which is dated within the past 30 days. If you are self-employed, you must provide your most recent tax filing to verify your income. Exemption to this requirement is full time students, providing their status can be verified (See line 18).
If you have been sued by anyone in an attempt to obtain a money judgement against you within the last 5 years you will be denied rental. If you have a money judgement against you that is older than 5 years you must have legally satisfied that judgment or you will be denied rental.
If you have been convicted of illegally manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance as defined in sec 102 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 802) you will be denied rental.
You may be denied rental if you have been convicted of a felony or released from custody or supervision for a felony conviction, whichever occurred later, within the past six years, and the crime shows a demonstrable risk to tenant safety and/or property or you have been convicted of a misdemeanor within the last three years and the crime shows a demonstrable risk to tenant safety and/or property. For felony or misdemeanor convictions, other than for the manufacturing or distributing of a controlled substance, consideration will be given to the nature and severity of the crime, your age at the time of the criminal activity, and the amount of time that has passed since the criminal activity occurred. Additional factors may also be considered on a case-by-case basis. It is your responsibility to provide any supporting information or documentation regarding any prior criminal convictions that you would like to be considered.
No smoking allowed.
Your credit report cannot have any delinquencies noted.
If landlord is unable to verify any information on your rental application, including but not limited to, your prior rental history and your employment, you will be denied rental.
If you have misrepresented any information on your application, you will be denied rental.
You must pay a security deposit at the time of the signing of the rental agreement.
Full time student income requirements: Applicant must provide acceptable documentation of the ability to pay rent, dated with the past 30 days, which may include, but is not limited to, documentation from the Financial Aid Office indicating that applicant will receive sufficient financial aid to cover all housing costs. Said documentation must also indicate if applicant’s housing costs will be paid on a month, semester, or annual basis.