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Rental Application Requirements
General Rental Application Requirements
Typical information you will need to provide when completing a rental application:
1.General contact information
2.Names, ages of all occupants
3.Current address, landlord name & contact info., move-in/out dates
4.Same as #3 for former address
5.Employer info, contact info, gross- income (for every applicant)
Documents you will need to bring:
2.Last 2 pay stubs (LES if Active Duty Military)
3.A copy of your orders (If Active Duty Military)
4.A photo of your pet and a copy of current vaccinations
Note: Most property managers/owners require your gross income to be 3 times the rent amount
1.Application Fees are non-refundable and vary by property management
company/property owner and range from $25-$60 per applicant. Every occupant over the age of 18 must pay a separate application fee. Sometimes there is a reduced rate for married couples.
2.Some companies/owners require payment of the security deposit at the time of application. The deposit will be returned if the prospective tenant is not accepted.
3.All Application Fees and Deposits must be in the form of Certified Funds.
Note: If there is anything in your rental history or credit history that would give a potential landlord concern, write a brief letter of explanation to include with the application.
The three primary factors military families look at when searching for an the ideal neighborhood are
- safety for their children
- quality of schools
- proximity to the military base they are assigned to.
Take a look at the San Antonio Neighborhood Comparison to determine affordabilty, school districts, and commute times. Your families needs and what you're looking for in your new home will be deterimined by knowing before hand if you will be buying or renting? If renting, will it be an apartment or a house?
Visit our Property Search tab to find detailed information regarding the neighborhoods mentioned below or simply let our Personal Relocations Specialist guide you on every step of way!
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