A prospective resident can satisfy income requirements through:
(1) Proof of income: gross monthly income must be at least 3 times the amount of market rent. This can be shown through pay stubs, income verification, or a letter on company letterhead to verify the income(s).
(2) I-20/IP-66: An I-20 or IP-66 specifying they are bringing at least a year’s worth of rent (living expenses) into the country.
A rental history will be obtained if the prospective resident is currently renting or has rented in the past two years
A credit report will be run in order to determine payment history
A criminal background check will be run on all occupants that are 18 years or older. Any applicants who have been determined to have criminal conviction or current indictment for possession, sale, manufacture or distribution of controlled substances or for any crimes involving firearms or crimes against persons or property will be denied residency and occupancy. Management reserves the right to deny residency and occupancy for any criminal activity at their discretion. Guarantors/co-signers cannot be a substitute for this requirement.
A guarantor will be accepted for prospective residents that are under 21 years of age or have a poor credit rating. The guarantor must meet all financial qualifications listed above and will be required to sign the application and lease. The guarantor must also be 21 and an American Citizen.