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Tenants

All tenant applications are processed when submitted together with the application fee. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are submitted. Applicants who are approved will be offered tenancy in the order in which the applications were submitted. Once verification of an approved application is received, the applicant will have 48 hours to execute a pre-lease agreement and a $500 holding fee. If an applicant fails to meet this time limit, they will no longer be considered first in line for the property.

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If you are serious about finding a rental in the Sequim-Port Angeles area, read the criteria on this page. To get started, contact us

Rental Criteria

Screening:
All adults over the age of 18 who plan on residing in the residence are required to complete the screening process and qualify as tenants.

Rental History:
Our screening service requires rental references and a review of your rental history.

Photo I.D.:
We require a copy of a current photo I.D. as part of your application.

Income:
As part of the screening process, your income will be verified. We require gross income to be three times greater than the monthly rent amount. Only married couples may combine income to meet the income requirement.

Deposits, First & Last Month’s Rent:
All deposit monies, the first month’s, and the last month’s rent (if applicable), are due in full prior to occupancy. We do not accept partial payment. Deposits by definition are refundable subject to the terms of the rental agreement.

Fees:
May be required for items like pets, carpet cleaning and general cleaning. These monies are not refundable.

Drug Free:
Tenants are required to sign an addendum to the rental agreement agreeing to maintain a drug and crime free residence.

Reasons for Denial:
Any applicant who has ever been evicted, has ongoing credit issues, has a history of damaging property, has a poor rental reference(s), provides false information, or has been convicted of certain crimes will likely be issued a denial letter.