Eagle Properties

General Rental Criteria

1) Good Rental History
 a) Two years of verifiable housing history.
 b) No Eviction Action / Unlawful Detainers (UD) or Forcible Removal / Writs of Recovery (WR) unless the tenant is able to provide verifiable documentation of landlord irresponsibility or abuse. An UD due to property damage by the resident or WR due to non-payment of rent will not be accepted under any circumstance.
 c) No outstanding balances due to a previous landlord.

2) Verifiable Gross Income
 a) Minimum Income to have a Rent ratio of 35% (Monthly Rent / Monthly Income <= 0.35).
 b) Current employment references are required.
  i) Letter of new employment may be accepted as proof of income.
  ii) Student scholarship or loan approval may be accepted as proof of income for full time college or university students.
  iii) Tax return for previous year is required proof of income for self-employed individuals.
  iv) We do not currently participate in Federal (Section 8) voucher program.
 c) "Joint Tenants" (legally married couples, parent and child, siblings, parents with joint child, or legal guardian co-signer) are considered one joint income
 d) "Tenants in Common" (roommates) must have at least one tenant qualify independently, or pay last month's rent on move in date.

3) Credit History
 a) Must show that the tenant has paid bills on time and does not have a history of debt write-offs or accounts that have gone into collection.
 b) Residency may be denied due to
  i) poor credit history
  ii) insufficient funds in current accounts
  iii) insufficient income to cover current liabilities and rent

4) Maximum Occupancy
Please note that these are the maximum number of people who may occupy apartments with the number of bedrooms noted. Situations may exist where the high concentration of people in a building and/or the ability of the mechanical equipment to operate efficiently require us to adjust the number of occupants in a given unit. Additional occupancy limits due to room sizes, parking spaces, or other criteria may be imposed on individual units by the State Building Code, County Fire Marshal, or City Building Safety departments.
* Efficiency - 2 occupants
* 1 Bedroom - 3 occupants
* 2 Bedroom - 4 occupants
* 3 Bedroom - 6 occupants
* 4 Bedroom - 6 occupants

5) Criminal Background Check
 a) Residency may be denied due to criminal history or failure to disclose criminal history (see Criminal Background Criteria)



Criminal Background Criteria

Crimes That Disqualify For Residency for 5 Years after the Completion of the Sentence
* Non-felony violation of harassment and/or stalking
* Fourth degree assault
* Any misdemeanor drug or narcotics conviction
* An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
* A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes

Crimes That Disqualify For Residency for 10 Years after the Completion of the Sentence
* Third degree murder
* Second degree manslaughter
* Criminal vehicular homicide or injury
* Simple or aggravated robbery
* Any felony drug or narcotics conviction
* False imprisonment
* Carrying a weapon without a permit or any other weapons charge
* Felony theft
* Felony forgery
* Felony burglary
* Terroristic threats
* An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
* A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes

Disqualification from Residency for Lifetime
* First or second degree murder
* First through third degree assault
* Kidnapping
* First through fourth degree criminal sexual conduct
* Arson
* Harassment and stalking
* An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
* A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes



Social Security Number or US Visa
* Not required before a showing, but facilitates and accelerates the records search and pre-aproval process.
* Will be required to complete application as a line of credit in the form of rental housing is established when entering a lease agreement.


Rev 7/19