Welcome to the The Avenue Online Application
Welcome to our community. Before you apply to lease an apartment in our community, please take the time to review our rental criteria. The term "applicant(s)" under our criteria means the person or persons that are approved to occupy an apartment under the Lease. All persons over the age of 18 will be required to complete an application and pay an application fee. Husband and wife may submit a joint application. All persons over the age of 18 will be required to complete an application and pay an application fee. Husband and wife may submit a joint application. All persons over the age of 18 will be considered as a leaseholder under the lease unless they are a dependent of the lease-holder.
Resident Selection Criteria
Fair Housing:It is our expressed policy not to discriminate against any person based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status or handicap
Income: You must provide income history of no less than six (6) months and current income verification of three (3) times the amount of the monthly rental rate of the selected apartment. Income verification must include one of the following: verification from employer(s) that includes rate of pay or salary, financial statement certified by financial institution or an accountant, etc. If current employer will not provide rate of pay/salary, you will be required to provide a copy of your most recent payroll check stub. Alimony, child support, student allowances from parents, scholarships, study subsidies, and inconsistent wages (tips, commissions, etc.) will require notarized verification.
Credit: Complete check of credit will be made. Your application will be received by a third party application processing company who evaluates your credit history information with a scoring method that weighs the indicators of future rent payment performance. An unsatisfactory credit report can disqualify an applicant from renting an apartment, including one that reflects past or current bad debts, late payments, or unpaid bills, liens judgments, or bankruptcies. If an applicant is rejected for poor credit history, the applicant will be given the name, address and telephone number of the credit reporting agency that provided the credit report. The information will be forwarded by mail in the form of an Adverse Action Letter addressed to the last known address provided on your application. An applicant rejected for unsatisfactory credit is encouraged to obtain a copy of the credit report from the credit reporting agency, correct any erroneous information that may be on the report, and resubmit an application for residency at our community.
Rental: Good current and/or previous rental history and/or proof of home ownership of at least six (6) months is required of all applicants. Negative rental history, which reflects habitual late payments, evictions, community disturbances, damages or outstanding obligations to a landlord will not be allowed. No current rental history or proof of home ownership will require an additional deposit or guarantor form approval.
Criminal: All applicants over the age of 18 are subject to criminal records verification and will be declined if they have been convicted, indicted or arraigned of a felony or are/were subject to deferred adjudication for a felony. In addition any applicant over the age of 18 will be declined if they have a serious misdemeanor charge in the past 5 years including, but not limited to; drug possession, sale, manufacture, moral turpitude and any violent crime against a person. Convictions involving weapons will be considered violent. Violent misdemeanor crimes against a person, in the past 100 years, will be rejected. Please remember that this requirement does not constitute a guarantee or representation that residents or occupants currently residing in our community have not been convicted of a felony or are not subject to deferred adjudication for a felony as our ability to verify this information is limited to the information made available to us by the resident and credit reporting services used. This community reserves the right to investigate lists of registered sex offenders in any manner including on-line, in newspapers, or by contacting state agencies and evict should we find a sex offender living on our premises.
Foreign Nationals: Foreign Nationals living or working in the United States must provide a current passport or identification as required per the lease. If a negative credit or rental history is reported the above criteria will apply. Foreign national applicants must also complete a TAA lease addendum of non-US citizens.
Occupants: Only persons under age 18 will be considered occupants, with the exception of those living with legal guardian claimed as a dependent.
Age: Must be eighteen 18 years of age or otherwise the age of majority under applicable law to contract or lease.
Security Policies: We are concerned about your safety, but we cannot provide for or guarantee your safety. No matter what measure the owner takes, no security system, patrol or electronic security devise can prevent crime.
- Management reserves the right to request an additional deposit if applicant fails to meet all selection criteria.
- Roommates or co-applicants; each resident who signs the Lease Contract is fully, jointly and severally responsible for the rental payment and each applicant must complete an application, pay an application fee and execute the lease contract.
- Upon move in, an Administrative Fee of $50.00 will be required. This amount is non-refundable and may be deducted from the application deposit paid at time of application.
- You must provide proof from a residential residential utility provider that you have applied and been approved for service in your name on or before your move-in date. Should you fail to have service in your name prior to move in, you may be denied move in on the requested move in date. Each applicant who fails to provide utility service in your name proof to move in will be charged a $50.00 fine and be required to reimburse the property for any utility service used while the property is your possession.
- A driver's license or state issued photo identification will be required at the time of move in for identification purposes only.
- All persons wishing to tour our property are required to present a valid, state issued photo identification prior to leaving the leasing enter with our staff.
How information is collected. You will be furnishing some of your personal information (such as your social security or other governmental identification numbers) at the time you apply for the residency at our community. This information will be on the rental application form or other documents that you provide to us or to an apartment locator service; either on paper or electronically.
How the information is used. We may use this information in the process of verifying statements made on your rental application, such as your rental, credit or employment history. We may use the information when reviewing any lease renewal. We may also use it to assist us in obtaining payment from you or any money you may owe us in the future.
How the information is protected and who has access. In our company, only authorized persons have access to your social security or other governmental identification numbers. We keep all documents containing this information in a secure area, accessible only by authorized persons. We limit access to electronic versions of the information to authorized persons only.
How the information is disposed of. After we no longer need your social security or other governmental identification numbers, we will store or destroy the information in a manner that ensures that no unauthorized person will have access to it. Our disposal method may include physical destruction or obliteration of paper documents or electronic files containing such information.
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