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Applicant Qualifications 

  1. Applicants MUST be adults over the age of 18. All adults in the household must complete our electronic tenant application.

  2. If you decide to rent one of our listed properties, in addition to monthly rent, a security deposit equal to one months rent will be charged to tenants prior to tenancy.

  3. In the event that you place a partial or full security deposit to remove the property from the market and stop us from accepting applications or you enter into a lease agreement and change your mind prior to taking possession of the rental property, you shall forfeit all deposit funds as liquidated damages. In addition, you may be held responsible to the additional terms of the lease you signed.

  4. If for any reason you are not approved for a rental property, the application fee is non-refundable so please ensure you are able to qualify before you apply.

  5. Some homeowner and condominium associations require a separate application fee and/or security deposit. If you select a rental and such is the case, all applicants may be additionally required to apply through the association, submit to an in-person association interview, and remit fees or deposits the association may require. Generally the association application fees are $150 or less. Homeowner and condominium associations that also charge a security deposit are variable.

  6. With an exception for minor children, current occupancy standards are a maximum of 2 persons per bedroom. However, some city and county municipalities and/or homeowners associations prohibit more than two (2) unrelated adults to reside in a single family dwelling unit.

  7. When individual tenant candidates submit an application and pay the application processing fee they are authorizing Property Boss to conduct a credit and background check consisting of but not limited to the following areas:

  • Review of your credit report and your credit score,

  • Review of public records for past evictions,

  • Verification of your current employment,

  • Verification your previous landlord reference(s),

  • Run and review a criminal background check,

  • Review local county civil and criminal public records,

  • Compare applicant names vs. entries in the sex offender databases.


If you cannot provide positive references, have a debt to income ratio that shows you cannot afford to pay rent from your documented income (pay stubs, bank records, or tax returns), have no work history or an unstable work history, been evicted in the past, have a criminal record, or any occupant is listed in the sex offender database, you may not qualify for a rental at this time. 

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