Rental Qualifications


Before you apply to rent a home, please take time to review these rental criteria to determine if you are eligible. Please also note that these are basic rental criteria; nothing contained in these requirements shall constitute a guarantee. Applicants may be subject to more restrictive qualification criteria as established by Homeowner Associations (HOA’s) and/or municipalities. Anyone intending to reside in the home who is 18 years of age or older is required to complete an application, provide the necessary documentation and pay the application fee for us to complete the screening process. Residents aged 18 and over must have a current, complete and approved application on file with this property.


All applicants will be required to submit a clear color copy of a valid driver’s license or other valid form of photo identification.

Income and Employment

The combined gross monthly income for applicants should be at least three (3) times the monthly rent amount. Proof of income for the last 30 days reflecting YTD earnings is required (paycheck stubs). If self-employed, retired, or not employed, documents such as signed tax returns, 1099, and bank statements provide evidence of regular income. If employment has not yet begun, an executed offer letter or employment contract which includes income and employment start date may be used. Applicants may be denied if the Applicant cannot meet sufficient income requirements. Some income results may require further verification.

Rental History

All credit evaluations will require verifiable rental or mortgage payment history. Broken leases, evictions, or eviction filings, property damage assessments may result in an automatic denial of the application. Applicant may also be denied for any outstanding debt/judgement to a prior landlord, eviction filings; late or NSF rent payments; broken leases; property damages; unpaid rent; mortgage not current; foreclosures.

Credit History

An applicant's full credit history is used to calculate a comprehensive Qualification Score and determine rental eligibility. This Qualification Score is determined by analyzing each applicant's complete application detail, consumer credit report, prior rental history and income-to-rent ratio. Consumer credit reports may include, but are not limited to, payment history, bankruptcies, foreclosures, absence of credit, number and type of accounts, collections activity, current delinquency, outstanding debt and credit inquiries. Current open bankruptcies may result in automatic denial. NOTE: Credit blocks must be removed before applying. Failure to do so could result in additional application fees. All applications are considered on a case-by-case basis. Meeting the above criteria does not guarantee approval.

International Applicants

A valid passport or any form of U.S government identification with supporting photo will be required at time of application. Proof that applicant(s) are eligible to live and work in the United States will be required. Additional security deposit and prepaid rent will be required if applicants have not established credit in the U.S.

Insurance Requirements

Most landlords require residents to obtain rental insurance for Property Loss and Personal Liability Insurance coverage. Proof of this coverage is required at lease renewal or time of possession. Landlord will confirm the amount of coverage.

Equal Housing

Landlord and Landlord’s agents are committed to providing equal housing opportunities to all Applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, handicap, family status or other protected class status.