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FAQ

Applicant Frequently Asked Questions

 
My application is approved, now what?

WPM will email you a link to set up your tenant portal. Once your portal is activated, you can log in to view and sign the Pre-Lease Holding and pay the holding deposit. WPM is unable to hold a rental for you absent a signed Pre-Lease Holding and the holding deposit paid.

Prior to move in, the Rental Agreement will be uploaded to your tenant portal for you to review/sign. At that time, you will be prompted to schedule the move in walkthrough and pay the remaining funds owing.

WPM does not accept comprehensive, reusable tenant screening reports made available by a consumer reporting agency.

By Applicant submitting a signed Application they acknowledge and agree to the following:

Application fee of $25 per person will not be refunded.
An additional $50 non-refundable, administrative fee will be charged as a move-in cost.

A separate application for each adult (18 years of age or older) must be completed.
If a line isn’t filled in, or the omission explained satisfactorily, your application will be denied.

Valid ID must be provided.
You will be prompted to attach a copy of your valid photo ID (driver’s license or other government issued photo identification card) at the end of this Application.

Sufficient income/resources.
Applicant is required to disclose an employer or income source providing adequate funds to support the rental applicant.Generally x3 income to rent is required. You will be prompted to attach evidence of your income/resource at the end of this Application.

Rental history verifiable from unbiased sources.
If you are related blood or marriage to one of the previous landlords listed, or you do not have at least six months of favorable rental history, we may require a qualified co-signer on your rental agreement (qualified co-signers must meet credit screening criteria) and/or an additional security deposit.

False information is grounds for denial.
Applicant will be denied rental if they misrepresent any information on the application. If misrepresentations are found after a rental agreement is signed, it will be terminated.

Criminal convictions for drug manufacturing and/or drug distribution will result in denial of Application.
With the exception of a drug manufacturing and/or distribution conviction, all other convictions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis taking into consideration the following: the nature and severity of the conviction, the amount of time that has elapsed since the conviction, the facts or circumstances surrounding the criminal conduct; the age of the individual at the time of conviction; and/or evidence of rehabilitation efforts.

Evictions History.
If Applicant has been evicted from any other property the application will be denied.

Certain court judgments may result in denial of an application.
If, in the last 5 years, any judgment has been entered against Applicant for or as a result of Applicant’s financial delinquency, the application will be denied. This restriction may be waived if there is no more than one such instance, the circumstances can be justified, and a qualified co-signer on the rental agreement is provided.

Poor credit record (overdue accounts) may result in denial of application.
Credit records showing occasional payments within 30 to 59 days past due may be acceptable, provided Applicant can justify the circumstances. Records showing payments past 60 days are not acceptable, and may require co-signer or additional deposit, or result in denial of the application.

Poor credit references from previous Landlords may result in denial of Application.
Applicant will be denied if previous Landlords report significant complaints of noncompliance such as, but not limited to, the following: Failure to pay amounts owed; repeated disturbance of the neighbors’ peace; reports of prostitution, drug dealing or drug manufacturing; damage to property beyond normal wear; reports of violence involving threats to Landlords or neighbors; or persons not on the lease residing on the premises or failure to give proper notice when vacating the property.

We will accept the first qualified Applicant.
To ensure all requirements of the fair housing law are met, all applicants will be process in the order received. The first applicant to meet the requirements will be offered the unit. This is fair policy when choosing between two qualified applicants.

Applicant understands that all properties are non-smoking.