The following are standards that will be used to judge your application for tenancy. You must meet the following standards to qualify for a rental with Vision Real Estate. All persons 18 years of age or over, who will reside on the premises, must complete an application, pay the application fee, and must be signers on the lease. If a guarantor is required, the guarantor must complete an application and pay the application fee. This application fee is non-refundable, regardless of acceptance (see the specific property listing for fee details).
Applications are judged on the same standards and abide by all fair housing laws. We run applications in order, one person or family at a time. If we are unable to verify the information on the application in a timely manner, your application may be denied.
Although applicants will be asked to disclose any prior arrests, convictions or pending criminal actions of all anticipated occupants, this information will not be reviewed until after the applicant has had it credit and references checked and approved. A criminal background check will be conducted. Failure to disclose criminal information as requested is grounds for denial. Arrests will not, in themselves, be grounds for denial but may be factors used along with other criteria. Pending criminal actions may be grounds for denial but will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Convictions of any sort will be evaluated on an individualized basis. Persons who are listed on any sex offender list will not be considered. Persons who have a criminal conviction relating to manufacture or distribution of controlled substances will generally be denied. In review of criminal history, management will consider the nature and severity of the crime, along with how much time has passed since the criminal activity and/or the release from any imprisonment, parole, or probation. it is unlikely that the following persons will be accepted: persons convicted of other drug related offenses who have not provided evidence of completed drug rehabilitation; persons who have convictions relating to serious crimes involving violence, gang activity, arson, and injury to persons. Also persons who have been recently released from prison, parole, or probation may be required to provide additional information and references. Applicants may provide mitigating information. Applicants denied due to criminal history may appeal that decision by providing such appeal in writing along with any information that applicant desires to provide.