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WGA LEGACY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Leasing CRITERIA

We are proud to provide Equal and Fair Housing Opportunities. We do business in accordance with Federal Fair Housing laws and regulations. It is illegal to discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.


INCOME / EMPLOYMENT:
    1. All persons applying for an apartment must have a verifiable source of income in a gross amount of no less than three (3) times the gross rental rate. You will be asked to provide at least four (4) consecutive paycheck stubs or other proof of income for the same period. We require verification of income of all occupants 18 years of age and over, and verification must be within 90 days of move-in date. If we are unable to verify your employment, we reserve the right to deny the application.

    2. Roommates must qualify separately, and each roommate must make three (3) times the rental amount to qualify.

    3. Every person over the age of 18 must be a lease holder.

Acceptable proof of income is as follows:

  • Paycheck stubs or employment verification on employer’s letterhead with signature
  • Prior three months of bank statements
  • Child support or alimony directed by a court
  • GI benefits, disability, or social security
  • Self-employment records: DBAs, bank statements, other proof of income


RENTAL HISTORY:

All persons applying for an apartment must have 12 months verifiable, satisfactory past history (all addresses revealed during processing will be researched). Satisfactory history includes the following:

  • No more than one late payment or NSF in a six (6) month period
  • Lease term fulfilled, residence left in satisfactory condition, and proper notice to vacate given

Credit History:

A complete investigation of credit history of each applicant and occupant over the age of 18 will be made and will require a satisfactory rating. Negative credits include, but are not limited to: past due accounts, judgments, liens, write-offs, balance due to a rental community, broken leases, and evictions.

OCCUPANCY / VEHICLE STANDARDS:

No more than two (2) persons per bedroom + 1 child younger than 12 months of age. One (1) vehicle per apartment lease holder.

Other Policies:
  • Application and admin fees: Non-refundable application fee and nonrefundable administrative fee with each completed application needs to be paid prior to processing of your application.
  • Deposits: Security deposits are required. The amount of your security deposit will be determined based on your application, including your rental, credit, and criminal history. Cancellation after approval will result in forfeiture of the deposit.
  • Pets: Pets may be accepted with a 30-pound limit (maximum of two per apartment) - nonrefundable pet fee is required per pet. We comply with all applicable laws regarding Assistance Animals.
  • Insurance:Renter’s insurance is highly recommended.

Processing of applications can take 1-3 business days once we receive all information needed to process the application. We reserve the right to request any additional information needed to approve the application. Failure to meet the above criteria, failure to provide requested information, or verification of any information and/or falsification of any information on the rental application will result in a denial of the application. By signing this document, you are acknowledging that you agree with and have read all terms


Criminal History

A criminal background search will be conducted for each applicant and occupant over the age of 18. Any felony convictions or misdemeanors for theft of property, violence, drug violations, injury to persons, damage to persons, damage to property, sexual offenses, and/or moral turpitude status, even if currently serving deferred adjudication, convicted, or case pending will be an automatic denial of application.

Applicant(s) will be denied if convicted of offenses listed under Section 42A.054 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure including the following offenses (and any similarly classified offenses in jurisdictions outside of Texas):

  • Murder
  • Capital murder
  • Indecency with a child by contact
  • Aggravated kidnapping
  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Aggravated robbery
  • An offense under Chapter 481 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, for which punishment is increased under:
    • Section 481.140 of the Texas Health and Safety Code; or
    • Section 481.134(c), (d), (e), or (f) of the Texas Health and Safety Code, if it is shown that the offender has been previously convicted of an offense for which punishment was increased under the aforementioned subsections
  • Sexual assualt
  • Injury to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual, if the offense is punishable as a felony of the first degree and the victim of the offense is a child
  • Sexual performance by a child
  • An offense under Section 15.03 of the Texas Penal Code, if the offense is punishable as a felony of the first degree
  • Compelling prostitution
  • Trafficking of persons
  • Burglary, if the offense is punishable under Section 30.02(d) of the Texas Penal Code and the actor committed the offense with the intent to commit a felony under Section 21.02, 21.11, 22.011, 22.021, or 25.02 of the Texas Penal Code
  • Any offense where the offender used or exhibited a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony offense or during immediate flight therefrom

Applicant(s) will be denied if receiving a reportable conviction or adjudication, as defined by Article 62.001 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (or any other similarly classified offenses in jurisdictions outside of Texas) which requires offenders to be registered as a sex offender.

Applicant(s) will be denied if convicted of the illegal manufacture or distribution of a controlled substances as defined in Section 102 of the federal Controlled Substances Act.

Applicant(s) will be denied if convicted or subject to deferred adjudication for a felony relating to violent activity (or similarly classified offenses in jurisdictions outside of Texas) not listed above if the incarceration, probation or deferred adjudication period was completed within 10 years from the date of application.

Applicant(s) will be denied if convicted or subject to deferred adjudication for a misdemeanor offense relating to violent activity (or any similarly classified offenses in jurisdictions outside of Texas) if the incarceration, probation or deferred adjudication period was completed within 5 years from the date of application.

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