Please be prepared to pay the application fee as outlined in the property listing. Each occupant 18 years and older must provide a completed application. In addition to this rental application, you will also be required to provide a positive government issues ID and proof of adequate income (paycheck stub, tax returns, deposit slips, etc.). In most cases we will not accept applications until the applicant has physically viewed the apartment.
Below are the criteria that the owner/agent will consider when approving applicants for tenancy:
All applications will be considered and a decision will be made based upon the above criteria, regardless of Sex, Religion, Marital or Familial Status, National Origin, Sexual Preference, Age or Disabilities.
If your application is accepted, you will be required to pay an Hold Fee in order to hold the rental unit. This Hold fee is not a security deposit, but will be credited towards any security deposits that are due upon move-in. Before you will be able to move into the unit we must receive a signed Lease/Rental Agreement, first months rent and a security deposit. We may also require additional items before move in, which may include: last months rent, pet deposit and non-refundable fees.
In addition to rent, you will also be responsible for paying utilities, which may include: electricity, gas, water, sewer, garbage, telephone and cable.
Our general occupancy allowances are as follows: (2) persons in a studio or one bedroom; (4) persons in a two bedroom; (6) persons in a three bedroom. Any exceptions must be approved by Owner/Agent.
We do not except re-usable or portable applications.
In the city of Seattle, tenants may elect to pay security deposits, non-refundable fees and last month's rent in installments as provided in SMC 7.24. Landlords may not impose any fee, charge any interest, or otherwise impose a cost on a tenant because a tenant elects to pay in installments. In the city of Seattle, Landlord is prohibited from requiring disclosure, asking about, rejecting an applicant, or taking an adverse action based on any arrest record, conviction record, criminal history, except for registry information as described in SMC 14.09.025.A.3, SMC 14.09.025.A.4, SMC 14.09.025.A.5, and subject to the exclusions and legal requirements in SMC 14.09.115. The landlord is prohibited from taking an adverse action against a tenant based on eviction history occurring during or within six months after the end of the civil emergency proclaimed by Mayor Durkan on March 3, 2020, and the Seattle Office for Civil Rights is the department that will enforce any violations of this ordinance.