Protection – Peace of Mind
Whether you plan to rent a single family home, duplex, townhouse, condo, loft, studio or apartment, you should have renters insurance to protect your belongings and liability. In fact, many landlords even require tenants to show proof of rental insurance at the time they sign a lease with their new renter.
Before starting the search for your next rental unit, you should analyze how much space you are going to need and how much you can comfortably afford to pay each month.
The following is a list of documents you should be prepared to submit along with your rental application.
*W-2 & current pay stubs
*Letter of reference from current landlord
*Verification of your salary and employment history
*A copy of your driver’s license
*A copy of social security card
*Proof of sufficient funds for first month rent, fees and security deposit
You will need to gather all the above mentioned documentation prior to meeting your rental agent to completing your application and show proof of funds for the deposits and fees required.
As a new tenant you are going to be required to provide the landlord with whatever security deposit that is required by that particular landlord which can be the equivalent of one or two times the current monthly rent for the unit. You are also responsible to pay the fee for the rental agent, which is typically equal to one month’s rent of the current listing.
Please call us today for an appointment and let Fresh Start Properties help you find your new home. We look forward to working with you.
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