Obtaining a rental unit can be a long, frustrating process. By using the following information we can help you make the process easier for you to find the right rental unit.
The search for a rental unit can sometimes be a long and frustrating experience. Below you will find a checklist of information that will assist you in your search. While you may only be able to provide some of the information, the more you have the easier it will be for you to obtain a rental.
The above information should be compiled and completed prior to attending any showing. Once you have viewed the property and would like to proceed, give the packet of information to the property manager/landlord. Be prepared to put down a deposit on the unit to show your interest and intent. Although we do not, some rental agents may charge an application fee. Fees may run $10-25 per person.
Looking through the newspaper or rental listing can be overwhelming and confusing. Ads and listings are placed by many different individuals. Even listings for the same type of unit in the same building may read completely different. How do you navigate through all the listings? Below are some guidelines to assist you in your search for the right rental unit for you.
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