- CONTACT OUR OFFICE
- TELL US WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR
- WE'LL TAKE YOU TO VIEW DIFFERENT OPTIONS
- SELECT YOUR NEW HOME
- SIGN LEASE PAPERWORK AND MOVE IN
The Process -
It’s really this simple! Seriously!
When should I start looking for my apartment??
30-45 days prior to your move date. Landlords will not hold apartments for longer than this timeframe. If you need to move sooner give us a call. It typically takes less than one week for applicants to select their desired home and to complete the paperwork required for approval and move in.
What if my credit history is spotty??
If you have spotty credit – you should try finding a co-signer to show enough income to cover the rent or if you have additional monies in savings you should bring documentation reflecting those savings. Landlords typically require that you show monthly income of three times the monthly rent amount.
Do your services cost money???
Our service is completely FREE! We are paid by the landlord for finding them a qualified tenant. Which means you WIN! Just give us a call, tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll find it for you.
What should I bring to my first appointment??
We require that you bring a photo ID. In addition to this you may find it helpful to bring a camera and a note pad so that after viewing apartments you have a frame of reference during your decision-making process.
How much apartment can I afford??
As a general rule of thumb Landlords require that you make three times the amount of rent as gross monthly income. Example: To rent a $1000 apartment; a Landlord will require that you make $3000 per month (before taxes). $1000 x 3 = $3000. If you do not meet the income requirement you should find someone to co-sign for the apartment with you
What will I need if I decide to rent one of the units I looked at??
1. Two most recent pay stubs
2. Current and previous landlord’s contact info
3. Current and previous employer’s contact info
4. Drivers License or Photo Identification
5. Co-Signer application if student or unemployed
6. Student loan documentation if used for rent payments