It's pretty standard info that is requested: Lease Application, Fico Scores (within the past 60 days), Most recent 2 paycheck stubs, Copy of Driver's License, and of course the 1 month's rent and the deposit cashier's check if credit is good. All references and employment will be verified on application. And if everything pans out well, you should have no trouble getting that Key...Hope this helps if any questions please call me @ 323-572-8500
I work with many investors and take care of their investment lease properties. The below items are the general items that we request from prospect tenants.
1. C.A.R. Month to Month Lease Applicant
- Each person over age of 18 needs to fill out an application.
2. Fico Scores (Within the past 60 days)
3. Most recent 2 paycheck stubs
4. Copy of Driver's License
Upon receiving the above information, I will then verify residence and work history based on the information provided. This is usually the first step.
Perhaps the most imortant piece of information th elandlord will use is your credit score. Past evictions and erratic bill paying frighten landlords. If you have a poor credit history, you can offer to pay as many months as you can in advance. These days, renters have a lot of einventory and rents are going down so landlords might be somewhat forgiving if you have good references and can show you have steady employment.
Keller Williams Realy
In a competitive rental market, landlords appreciate the following:
1. Longer lease agreements. The more often they must lease a property, the more costly t is to them. Offer a two year lease, or even three if you can.
2. Rent paid in advance. If you have it, offer 3 or even 6 months rent paid up front.
3. A letter from your current landlord. It carries a lot of weight.
4. A reference from your employer.
Best of luck,
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Certified Home Retention Specialist
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