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Application FAQ

What is the application process?

All applications can be completed online. A current State-issued Drivers License or photo ID are required with the application, along with proof of income that meets these guidelines. This documentation can be uploaded online or brought into the property.  We process all applications through SafeRent and may conditionally approve your application(s) while you wait.  All applications are given final approval by the Property Manager within 72 hours. 

Is there a minimum income requirement?
Yes. Your total income must be at least 2.5 times the portion of your rent you are responsible for. If you do not meet the minimum income requirement, you have the option of applying with a guarantor.  For more information, contact the leasing office. How do I know if my application will be conditionally approved through SafeRent?

Your SafeRent rental score results from a mathematical analysis of information found in your consumer credit report, application, and previous rental history. To better understand the scoring criteria, click here.

 

What is the application fee? 
The application fee is $60 per applicant. The fee is non-refundable given the fact that it covers the cost of processing your application.

 

How much is the move-in fee?

A $400 move-in fee is charged to cover the cost to process your application and move-in. The fee is non-refundable. This fee is due in addition to your first months rent upon move-in.


Are utilities included? 

The resident is responsible for electric and gas. Trash, water & sewer are included.

 

What is your parking policy?

Off-street parking is not available at the community.

 

How many people can live in each floor plan type? 

Standard occupancy is 2 persons in a studio apartment and 3 persons in a 1 bedroom apartment.

 

 

We comply with Equal Housing Opportunity Regulations. Equal access to all types of housing is not only a right, but it is the law and policy of this government. It is illegal for any person to discriminate in housing on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or familial status. 

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