Thank you for allowing Scott Brown Properties the opportunity to help you find your next home. We look forward to having you as a potential new member of the Scott Brown family, and would like to inform you about the criteria we use to qualify our incoming residents.
Scott Brown Properties represents individual owners/investors. The owner of the property may make the final decision as to your approval. Scott Brown Properties has the right to deny any application if the following criteria is not met.
1. Applicants must make 2.5 times the monthly rent (gross income).
a. If an applicant does not meet the income requirement, a guarantor application will be required. In certain circumstances, applicants will be asked to pay rent I in advance or additional deposit (amount varies based on property).
2. Applicants must provide a valid state ID and Social Security card. We will accept a valid Visa and Passport for applicants new to the country.
3. Applicants may not have poor reflections on their credit report within the past twenty-four months. Medical bills will not be taken into account.
a. If an applicant does not have a credit score considered to be in good standing, a guarantor or additional deposit may be required to overcome credit issues (amount varies based on property).
4. Each applicant must have verifiable rental history and must not be in default or arrears.
5. Applicants with evictions within the last thirty-six months will not be accepted.
6. Applicants that owe a balance to any former Landlord will not be considered until the balance is paid in full.
7. Scott Brown Properties does not accept Housing.
8. Applicants who have been charged, detained, or arrested for any type of felony involving a sex crime, assault, or weapons that was resolved by conviction, probation, deferred adjudication or court ordered supervision pre-trial diversion will not be accepted.
9. Applicants with a felony history that pertains to possession and/or possession with attempt to distribute drugs will not be accepted.
10. Applicants with a misdemeanor history will be considered.
Falsification of application by any applicant, incomplete applications by any applicant, insufficient income, and criminal conviction history of violent or sexual crimes, poor credit history will be grounds for denial.