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Great home with tile in all the living areas with carpet in the bedrooms. The kitchen is a nice size, with plenty of cabinets and a breakfast bar and open to the family room. The master bathroom has a garden tub/shower combo. Other features include a 2 car garage, a small screened porch on the side with a covered patio in the back and the yard is fenced with a sprinkler system.
All kitchen appliances
Living Room/Dining Room Combo
Tile and Carpet flooring
Vaulted Ceilings with fans
2 car garage with opener and remotes
Washer/Dryer Hook-ups only
Fenced back yard
Cypress Springs Elementary
Small Pets (30lbs and under) are allowed - NO AGGRESSIVE BREEDS! All pets are subject to owner approval. A minimum deposit of $300 is required of which $100 is non-refundable.
PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR ANY PROPERTY - YOU MUST SEE THE PROPERTY FIRST!
APPLICATION FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE! $45 application fee per adult
Credit (rental collections and utility collections are red flags)
Sexual offender websites
Background (extent determined by HOA requirements)
Gross income must meet or exceed 3 times the monthly rent to qualify for the property you are interested in.
IE: You must have $3000 gross income (you must be able to prove this income) in order to qualify for $1000 a month rental.
How to prove your income?
A copy of your last pay stub or a letter from your employer will help in determining your income. Sometimes copies of your bank statement or your tax return, W2 forms or 1099 forms are necessary as well. Types of income include, Child Support, Spousal Support, SSI, Retirement and/or Disability, Wages, Parental Support and Student Financial Aid.
ALL APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO OWNER APPROVAL!
This listing is a 3 bedroom apartment offered for $1350 monthly. The building is situtated in Orlando.
This listing is no longer active as of August 29th, 2014.
|Bottom Line Price||$1,400|
|First month's rent||$1,400|
|No Broker Fee||$0|
|Estimated Move-In Costs||$2,845|
|Lease term||1 year|
|Posted at||June 9, 2012|
|Last updated||July 30, 2014|