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Tenant Rental Criteria


Identification

  • Applicant must provide current government issued photo identification

Income – Applicant may be denied for:

  • Lack of proof of income
  • Monthly household income less than 3 times the stated monthly rental amount

Credit History – Applicant may be denied for:

  • Unverifiable Social Security number
  • Credit score below 600
  • Open bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy dismissed or discharged within the past 6 months
  • Judgment or collection for unpaid rent
  • Judgment or collection for damage to rental unit
  • Foreclosure in the past 6 months
  • Past due mortgage
  • Tax lien

Criminal

  • Landlord will review criminal records on a case‐by‐case basis considering the nature and severity of the criminal conviction and the amount of time that has passed since the criminal activity

Eviction and Judgment – Applicant may be denied for:

  • Eviction filed in the past 36 months
  • Judgment or collection for unpaid rent
  • Judgment or collection for damage to rental unit

Employment History – Applicant may be denied for:

  • Employment for less than 12 months with current employer
  • Unverifiable employment

Rental History – Applicant may be denied for:

  • Unverifiable rental history
  • Unfulfilled lease obligation(s)
  • Current or past balance owing for deposit, rent, fees or damages
  • Eviction pending
  • 3 or more late payments within a 12 month period
  • 3 or more NSF checks within a 12 month period
  • 3 or more complaints within a 12 month period
  • Unauthorized pet(s)
  • Unauthorized occupant(s)
  • Damage to unit or property