Thank you for applying to Hunter’s Ridge.
We are committed to complying with all
applicable laws, including all Fair Housing laws and prohibit discrimination
based on race, color, gender, marital status, national origin or ancestry,
physical or mental disability, medical conditions, sexual orientation, age or
any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws.
The following are qualification guidelines
to rent an apartment at our community:
1) Application — An application fee
may be required: A completed and signed application from each adult is
required. All adults must sign the lease. The security deposit is required
before the application will be accepted. All adult Occupants are named as
responsible parties on the lease. Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
Omissions and false information may be grounds for application denial.
2) Occupancy Limits: Two (2) per
3) Identification Verification: A
copy of your Driver’s License or state picture ID will be verified.
4) Credit: A credit check will be
performed and a scoring system, by an outside company, is used.
5) Deposit: There may be required
minimums if credit score falls in the Conditional to Low Accept range.
6) Rental History: Any eviction,
skip or unpaid rental collection within the last 24 months shall be grounds for
7) Income Verification: All
income will be verified. Your most current check stub, income tax forms, bank
statements or company letters will satisfy written verification. Minimum income
is 3 times the amount of rent.
8) Criminal History: A criminal
background check will be performed on all applicants. Court convictions for the
following will be considered grounds for automatic denial: any criminal
conviction which involves theft, burglary, robbery, child molestation, rape,
homicide, prostitution, sexual exploitation (registered sex offenders),
kidnapping, arson, reckless burning, and a felony committed with a deadly
weapon. Also, any conviction for the selling of drugs or possession of drugs
with the intent to sell will be grounds for denial. The management shall
consider when any crimes occurred as well as the nature and seriousness of the
offense. The list of possible grounds is not considered all-inclusive.