Resident Selection Criteria

  1. All applicants must submit a fully completed, dated and signed residency application.
  2. Applicants must have a combined gross income of at least three times the monthly rent.  A minimum of two years residential history is required.
  3. Credit history must not contain slow pays, judgments, eviction filing, collections, liens or bankruptcy within the past five years.
  4. All residents and or occupants of the lease unit must be 62 years of age or above. Photo ID with birthdate is required.
  5. Self employed applicants may be required to produce, upon request, two years of tax returns or 1099s. Non-employed or retired individuals must provide verifiable income.
  6. All sources of other income must be verifiable if needed to qualify for a rental unit.
  7. No animals of any kind are permitted in the building, including those of visitors to the building, unless it is a Service Animal.
  8. At the time of lease execution, all applicants will be required to pay a security deposit of one month’s rent.
  9. All tenants must provide proof of their adjusted gross income (AGI) in January of each year and upon application. There will be no exceptions.
  10. In the event any exceptions to our company’s criteria are made, additional security, co-signers, and/or additional advance rental payments may be required.
  11. Applicant understands that an investigative consumer report including information about character, credit history, general reputation, personal characteristics, mode of living, and all public records information including criminal records, may be made. Applicant agrees that false, misleading or misrepresented information may result in the application being rejected and will void a lease/rental agreements if any, and/or be grounds for immediate eviction with loss of all deposits and any other penalties as provided by the lease terms if any.
  12. Criminal records must contain no convictions for felonies within the past 7 years involving the illegal manufacture or distribution of controlled or illegal substances.  For other felony convictions, we will conduct individualized assessments that take into account mitigating factors, such as facts & circumstances surrounding the criminal conduct, age at time of conduct, evidence of good tenancy before and after conduct, nature & severity of conviction and the amount of time that has passed since the conviction.  Criminal history which indicates that an applicant’s tenancy would constitute a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals or whose tenancy could result in substantial physical damage to the property of the owner or others may result in rejection of the application.