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When you fill out an application, remember that you want to
give the best impression possible. If it's messy,
scribbled on and incomplete, a Landlord may be concerned
about how well you will take care of his property.
Prepare yourself with all the information you will need
before beginning to fill out the application.
Identity - Be
prepared to provide personal information
including, but not limited to, your full
legal name, birth date, social security
number and marital status. This
information will allow the Landlord to
verify your identity
References - These
should be people who are close to you and
who will be able to reach you as well as
give you a good reference.
Vehicles - Listing
all vehicles that will be parked on the
property may save you from having one towed
as an unauthorized vehicle.
Authorization - Be
sure to read this section. It will let
you know what the Landlord will be verifying
and checking. Besides a basic
reference and employment verification, there
will be a credit check and criminal
Remember to write neatly, be
honest and answer everything completely.
An application that has been filled out
correctly and completely makes a good