Genesis Opportunity Rental Application


Preliminary Criteria – Terms & Conditions

Prior to completing an application for rental, you must meet and agree to the terms below. If you do not meet the basic criteria, your application may be denied. If you have special circumstances that you wish us to consider, please contact us before submitting an application. Your Application Fee is Non-Refundable.

  • All applicants must be at least eighteen (18) years of age or older.
  • Be as truthful and accurate as possible. 
  • Applicant must have verifiable current employment or income with a gross monthly income of at least three (3) times the rental rate. In the event that the applicant has been at his or her current job for a period of six (6) months or less, then the applicant must provide verification of prior employment. Should the applicant be self-employed, he or she must then provide a copy of the previous year’s tax return.
  • Applicant must have a verifiable rental reference of six (6) months or more with a lease term fulfilled and a copy of the thirty (30) day written notice to vacate current or previous address provided.
  • Applicant must not have more than two (2) late payments and/or non-sufficient fund (NSF) checks in one (1) year of residency.
  • Any applicant with questionable rental history or a prior eviction may be subject to denial of application.
  • Applicant credit reports must be in good and acceptable standing. Civil Judgments, Government Adjudications and Medical collection accounts will be the only exceptions in determining acceptable credit. Personal bankruptcies shall be allowable as long as the applicant meets all other qualifications and criteria and an effort can be identified in reestablishing a good credit rating.
  • Any and all adults must complete a rental application and pay an application fee of $50.00. All adults must be listed on the lease as a resident, and accept full liability to fulfill all terms and conditions of the lease. The rental application fee shall be waived for a spouse only when application is accompanied by a copy of a Marriage Certificate or proof satisfactory to us of a marriage, otherwise they will be deemed as co-tenant roommates, and thus must pay the application fee.
  • Roommates must each have a gross monthly income of at least two (2) times the rental rate, and they must each fill out an application and pay an application fee and meet qualification criteria.
  • The Application Fee is Non-Refundable and must be paid before the approval process can begin. Paying the Application Fee does not guarantee anything.
  • A Lease Guarantor will be accepted on behalf of full time students and for persons with no prior rental or credit history. A Lease Guarantor must complete a Lease Contract Guaranty and pay an application fee. Income requirement for a co-signer is typically six (6) times the rental amount.
  • Applicants must consent to a background and criminal investigation search. Criminal charges and/or convictions may be grounds for denial.
  • Pets may be permitted upon landlord or management written approval. If approved, there will be a (1) pet per residence limitation.
  • Applicant shall be required to provide a pet deposit of $200.00 for one (1) pet, of which $200.00 per pet shall be non-refundable for repair and/or cleaning purposes after the premises are vacated. Our policy may exclude the approval of some breeds.
    1 Bedroom has a maximum occupancy of two (2) persons
    2 Bedroom has a maximum occupancy of four (4) persons
    3 Bedroom has a maximum occupancy of six (6) persons
  • A family may occupy a rental unit as long as the family does not exceed a maximum of two (2) persons per bedroom plus a child who is less than six (6) months old and who sleeps in the same bedroom with the child’s parent or guardian. If the applicant is pregnant or has a child less than six (6) months old at the time of moving in and the newborn child reaches six (6) months of age during the lease term, the resident may stay in the unit for the duration of the lease term. However, if the number of residents exceeds the maximum per bedroom limit because the newborn reaches or exceeds the six (6) months limitation at the end of the lease term, the applicant must apply for and if accepted move into a larger unit, if available. Under no circumstances can the applicant remain in a unit where occupants exceed the maximum occupancy standards. 

The Fair Housing Act of 1968, as amended by the Fair Housing Act Amendments of 1988, prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, handicap, or familial status. Except as permitted by the Housing for Older Persons Act of 1955, we committed to complying with the letter and spirit of the laws which administers compliance with the fair housing laws in the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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