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Please review our rental criteria before submitting an application.
- Occupancy is based on the number of bedrooms in a unit. (A bedroom is defined as a space within the premises that is used primarily for sleeping, with at least one window and a closet for clothing).
- Two persons are allowed per bedroom
1. Positive identification with a picture will be required
2. Each applicant will be required to qualify individually or as per specific criteria areas.
3. Inaccurate or falsified information will be grounds for denial of the application.
4. Any applicant currently using illegal drugs will be denied. If approved for tenancy and later
illegal drug use is confirmed, eviction shall result.
5. Any individual whose tenancy may constitute a direct threat to the health and safety of any
individual, the complex, or the property of others, will be denied tenancy.
1. Monthly income should be equal to two and one half times stated rent, and must be from a verifiable, legal source.
1. Twelve months of verifiable employment will be required if used as source of income
2. Self-employed applicants will be verified through state corporation commission and may be required to submit tax return(s).
1. Twelve months of verifiable contractual rental history from a current or past third party landlord or home ownership is required.
2. Ten years of eviction-free history is required. Eviction actions that were dismissed or resulted in a judgment for the applicant will not be considered.
3. Three or more 72-hour notices within one year will result in denial of the application.
4. Two or more dishonored checks within one year will result in denial of the application.
5. Rental history reflecting past due and unpaid rent or damages will result in denial of the application.
1. Negative or adverse debt showing on consumer credit report may result in denial or require additional security deposits.
2. Three or more unpaid collections (not related to medical expenses) will result in denial of the application.
If applicant fails to meet any criteria related to credit, eviction and/or landlord history, and applicant has received a certificate indicating satisfactory completion of a tenant training program such as "Ready to Rent" Owner/Agent will consider whether the course content, instruction comments and any other information supplied by applicant is sufficient to demonstrate that the applicant will successfully live in the complex in compliance with the rental agreement. Based on this information, Owner/Agent may at Owner/Agent sole discretion waive the credit, eviction and/or landlord history screening criteria for this applicant.
Upon receipt of the rental application and screening fee, Owner/Agent will conduct a search of public records to determine whether the applicant or any proposed tenant has charges pending for, been convicted of, or pled guilty or no contest to, any: drug-related; person crime; sex offense; crime involving financial fraud, including identity theft and forgery; or any other crime if the conduct for which the applicant was convicted or is charged is of a nature that would adversely affect property of the landlord or a tenant or the health, safety or right of peaceful enjoyment of the premises of residents, the landlord or the landlords agent.
A single conviction, guilty plea, no contest plea or pending charge for any of the following shall be grounds for denial of the rental application. If there are multiple convictions, guilty pleas or no contest pleas on the applicant's record, Owner/Agent may increase the number of years by adding together the years in each applicable category. Owner/Agent will not consider expunged records.
a) Murder, manslaughter, class A felonies involving arson, rape, kidnapping, child sex crimes, where the date of disposition, release or parole has occurred in the last 20 years.
b) Criminally negligent homicide, aggravated vehicular manslaughter and Class A felonies not included above for drug related crimes, person crimes, sex offenses, financial fraud crimes, burglary, where the date of disposition, release or parole has occurred in the last 10 years.
c) Class B felony for drug-related crimes, person crimes, sex offenses, financial fraud crimes, aggravated theft, where the date of disposition, release or parole has occurred in the last 7 years.
d) Class C felony for drug-related crimes, person crimes, sex offenses, financial fraud crimes, burglary, theft criminal mischief, coercion, animal abuse, where the date of disposition, released or parole has occurred in the last 5 years.
e) Class A Misdemeanors for drug-related crimes, person crimes, sex offenses, financial fraud crimes, criminal impersonation, violation of a restraining order, criminal mischief, stalking, disorderly conduct, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of burglary tools, where the date of disposition, release or parole has occurred in the last 3 years
f) Class B misdemeanor for drug-related crimes, person crimes, sex offenses, financial fraud crimes, disorderly conduct, where the date of disposition, release or parole has occurred within the last 18 months.