Qualifying Criteria

Applicants for apartment homes will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis and are subject to the availability of the particular apartment requested. “Available” apartments include those for which we have notice that an existing resident intends to vacate on or about a certain date. Circumstances not necessarily under management’s control may delay the date of availability of an apartment which management may believe would be ready for a new resident. Whether a particular apartment is available can vary significantly within several hours or days.

To be considered for approval, all applicants over the age of 18 must fully complete a rental application. Any omissions, errors, or falsifications may result in denial of an application or terminate the right to occupy the apartment. Roommates must apply and qualify separately. A couple who is deemed legally married may complete a joint application or apply for credit separately.

Equal Housing:
We follow all Fair Housing guidelines.

Employment History:
• Stable employment and income verification is required.
• Two of your most recent paycheck stubs are required to verify income.
• Self employment must show two years of tax returns.
• No employment letters accepted.
• Offer letters will be accepted for relocations from major companies for new employment only.
• Every occupant over the age of 18 must qualify.

Each individual applicant must gross 3 times the monthly rent. We will not refuse to rent a rental unit to a person because the person will provide the rental payment, in whole or in part, through a voucher for rental housing assistance provided by the District or federal government.

Credit and Background Verification:
We process each applicant’s background and credit through CoreLogic SafeRent. All occupants must be in good standing with all creditors. Unsatisfactory credit or background history may disqualify an applicant. If you have experienced credit problems within the past two years, a satisfactory written explanation is required. Your credit report must be free of debt charge-offs, judgments or liens. Re-established credit history for one year or longer is required.

Rental History:
Present and previous residency (rental or mortgage loans) must be verifiable and in good standing. All occupants must be listed on your application to reside in your apartment home.

Denial of Application:
Applicant may be denied occupancy for the following reasons:
a.) Falsification of or incomplete application
b.) Insufficient income
c.) Poor credit history
d.) Poor rental history – including non-payment or eviction, history of drug use, poor housekeeping, unruly or destructive behavior by occupants or occupant’s guest.
e.) Unfavorable background history of occupant