Frequently Asked Questions

We are thrilled to hear that one of our properties fits your family needs! Here are some frequently asked questions.

Each applicant must be 18 or older.

Yes, all adult residing on the property will need to complete their own applications and pay a separate application fee.
All applicants must receive approval first and then provide a security deposit. Once those two items are satisfied, the property is put on hold for you!
Absolutely. This is a refundable security deposit. Provided you leave the property free and clear of damage or trash, provide us with 30 day notice and complete your full lease term and have no outstanding balance then we will refund your security deposit in full!
Those applicants that have little to no credit or who are not showing enough monthly income often need a cosigner to secure a property.
You pay the prorated first month’s rent depending on the day you move in. The security deposit is due before you move into the property. We do not collect “1st and last month’s rent”
Yes, if a landlord files an eviction on a tenant, then it is considered an eviction no matter what the outcome is.
No. Our properties do not accept housing vouchers.
Good credit is important, however, not our only criteria. Strong income and rental references may help counter poor credit. We may be able to approve your application with special conditions, such as paying a higher security deposit. Please communicate with our manager and be transparent and they will let you know your options before you spend the fee to apply.

Not necessarily. Our policy is that any of the following convictions in the last 10 years will be denied due to the potential harm to our staff and to the community living of our residents:

  • Illegal manufacture or distribution of a controlled substance
  • Assault
  • Sexual Assault/Rape
  • Burglary
  • Possession of a firearm without a license
  • Writing fraudulent checks
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