GROUNDS FOR DENIAL OF RENTAL APPLICATION
We welcome your application to rent an apartment at Emporia Place Apartments. It is the responsibility of each applicant to
provide any and all information required to determine eligibility. Persons with Disabilities may be entitled to reasonable
accommodations. Applicants will be made aware of their right to reasonable accommodation in cases where disability status
is a contributing factor to poor credit or evictions. The following lists the reasons why we might deny your application.
(1) Credit (An exception for extraordinary medical expenses and/or student debt may be permitted.)
a) Total unmet credit problems (including governmental tax liens) in excess of $5,000.
b) A non-discharged bankruptcy (within the last three years).
c) A total of five (5) unmet credit problems of any value.
(2) Rental History
a) A judgment against an applicant obtained by the current or previous landlord.
b) An unmet obligation owed to a previous landlord.
c) The applicant must have made timely payments of the last year's rental payments.
(3) Personal History
a) Blatant disrespect, violent, threatening, or disruptive behavior toward management, the property, or other residents exhibited
by an applicant or family member any time prior to move-in (or demonstrable history of such behavior);
(4) Criminal Background Check
a) If the applicant or any adult household member is subject to any state’s sex offender lifetime registration requirement.
b) An established pattern of criminal activity.
c) The manufacturing, selling or possession of any drugs or illegal substances, or established pattern of manufacturing, selling
or possession of any drugs or illegal substances.
d) Conviction for physical violence to persons or property, violent criminal activity, sexual abuse, illegal weapons possession,
any form of assault, breaking and entering, burglary, arson, or drug related criminal activity, or any act that would threaten the
health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment by other residents, or employees and contractors who work with the community.
(5) Annual Income/Occupancy standard/other program regulations
a) Annual Income (including assets) not within the established restrictions for the property.
b) Household size must meet the established occupancy standard for the property.
c) Applicant must meet all program regulated eligibility requirements.
Each potential occupant must provide all documentation required by the selection process. If an applicant does not show up
for an interview, or provide at a minimum the following documentation it is grounds for denying your application:
a) Completed and signed application, release of information, grounds for denial, and application fee (if required).
b) Landlord references covering the last two years of residency or verification of homelessness when applicable.
c) Appropriate proof of all income sources and assets.
d) Any other documents required to determine eligibility.
(7) Offer of an Apartment
Applicants will be offered only one apartment. Declining the offer of an apartment is considered to be a withdrawal of the
application by the applicant.
I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE FOREGOING AND FIND THEM TO BE REASONABLE REASONS MY
RENTAL APPLICATION CAN BE DENIED. I DECLARE UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS
OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE ATTACHED HOUSING AND INCOME STATEMENTS ARE
TRUE AND CORRECT.
Print Name (Head of Household) Signature Date
Print Name (Adult Applicant # 2) Signature Date
Print Name (Adult Applicant # 3) Signature Date
Print Name (Adult Applicant # 4) Signature Date