Answers to your common questions
Do you allow pets? Is there a pet deposit fee?
Pets are allowed with limits. Generally there is a limit of 25 pounds per pet with no dangerous dogs, no exotic animals. Pet deposit is $300 non- refundable and $20 per month pet rent.
How do I pay rent?
All tenants pay rent by ACH through the tenant portal. We do not accept checks or cash. Once you have been approved you will be sent an email to set up your tenant portal and automatic payments. It takes 2-4 business days for your ACH payment to clear so most tenants pay on the 28th so they are never late. As long as you have money in your account on the 28th you will never miss a payment. Our tenants love it!
How long will it take to process my application?
We process most applications in 2-5 business days. It is important that you submit the application promptly and return the Verification of Employment and the Verification of Rental History in a timely manner. We will take back up applications and accept another applicant if we do not receive these documents on time.
How much is the application fee? Are there any other fees?
Application fee is $75 per adult. All occupants over the age of 18 must fill out an application and pay the fee. The application fee is non-refundable. There is also a lease processing fee of $195 due upon lease signing. Move-ins scheduled outside of our normal office hours will inquire an after hours move in of fee of $75.
How much money is required to move in?
We require first, last and security deposit to move in. You will also be required to pay any pet deposits and the lease processing fee. Move-ins scheduled outside of our normal office hours will inquire an after hours move in fee of $75.
What are your qualifications?
Applicants must have a combined gross income of at least three (3) times the monthly rent. If you have bad credit, bad references, have ever been evicted in the past or have 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”, you will either be declined or may be required to post an additional security deposit as a part of your approval. In addition, Co-signers/Guarantors may be considered on an individual basis.