GRE Management Application Qualification Criteria
Our community supports equal housing opportunity, including the Fair Housing Act as amended, a federal law applicable in all states that prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status or disability. In addition, many states and localities have their own local fair housing laws or ordinances, which may protect additional characteristics from discrimination in housing. Our community does not discriminate on the basis of any state or locally protected characteristics. Please note that these are our current rental criteria; nothing contained in these requirements shall constitute a guarantee or representation that all residents and occupants currently residing at this community have met these requirements. There may be residents and occupants that have resided at this community prior to these requirements going into effect. Additionally, our ability to verify whether these requirements have been met is limited to the information we receive from various resident credit reporting services used. Applicants are screened in the order applications are received. Please review this information before completing the application and paying the application processing fee, which is non-refundable. Falsification of information on the application will result in denial of residency and loss of application fee as liquidated damages for our time and expense. If the applicant fails to provide the necessary documents for verification within 72 hours of the application submission the holding deposit is non-refundable. If the applicant cancels their application process within the 72 hours of the submission of the application the holding deposit will be refunded in full. However, if cancellation of the application is beyond the 72 hours from the submission of the application then the holding deposit will be forfeited.
GRE Management, LLC, d/b/a GRE-M, requires all applicants to meet the following criteria in order to qualify for this housing community:
All applicants will be asked to provide positive identification and evidence of their lawful presence in the United States.
All applicants must present a valid driver's license or other government-issued photo identification and one of the following; 1) a United States government issued Social Security number; 2) Form I-94 Arrival-Departure Record showing entry date and authorized period of stay; 3) temporary resident alien card verifying approved entry by the United States government (I-94W); 4) Form I-95; 5) Form I-151; 6) I-551 Permanent Resident Card (Alien Registration Receipt Card); 7) Form I -688 Temporary Resident Card; 8) Form 1-688A Employment Authorization Card; 9) Form I-688B; or 10) Form I-766.
**NOTE: The identification, income, employment and deposit requirements may be modified if required by federal subsidy or financing programs.
Internal Application Cost
The following fees are due at the time of application:
EMPLOYMENT (current and previous)
Applicant must supply proof of stable, verifiable employment. If an applicant has less than 6 months of employment history, an additional deposit or guarantor may be required.
RENT TO INCOME RATIO
All applicants must have a verifiable source of funds.
CREDIT SCREENING (excluding student loans and medical accounts)
Housing Choice Program voucher holders (Section 8), as well as voucher holders from other qualifying federal, state, local or non-profit program applicants are welcome.
CRIMINAL HISTORY SCREENING
GRE-M considers the entire application. We do not exclude individuals simply because of prior convictions and only consider records that are reportable under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and rules of Washington and the City of Seattle. Applicants are notified that landlords in the City of Seattle are prohibited from requiring disclosure, asking about, rejecting an applicant, or taking an adverse action based on any arrest record, conviction record, or criminal history, except for registry information as described in subsections 14.09.025.A.3, 14.09.025.A.4, and 14.09.025.A.5, and subject to the exclusions and legal requirements in Section 14.09.115. Applicants are further notified that the application is based on the screening criteria for this community, which is attached to this application. Applicant may provide supplemental information related to Applicant’s rehabilitation, good conduct, and facts or explanations regarding their registry information.
All persons 18 and over intending to reside in the apartment must qualify in each of the above categories with the exception that the household’s combined income may be used to satisfy the rent to earnings ratio.
Any person under the age of 18 intending to occupy the apartment must be identified on the application and listed on the lease, or such person will otherwise be considered an unauthorized occupant.
Acceptable guarantors must reside in the United States and qualify in each of the above categories. An additional deposit may be accepted if a qualified guarantor is not available.
Occupancy of the apartment is limited to those persons listed on the lease and is based on the number of bedrooms in a unit. A bedroom is defined as a space within the premises that is used primarily for sleeping, with at least one window and a closet space. Occupancy shall not exceed two persons per bedroom plus one additional person per apartment unless otherwise directed by building code in the Seattle Municipal Code, safety regulations, or unless a written justification is provided.
Occupants under the age of 24 months at the time of lease signing or renewal are not counted toward maximum occupancy. Rooms such as a study or den may be considered a bedroom for purposes of maximum occupancy.
Definition of occupants- For the purposes of screening occupants are any person living in the rental unit that is over 18. For occupancy purposes, occupants are any person that will be living in the unit.
PROCEDURE FOR NOTIFICATION OF DENIAL OF APPLICATION
Should your application be denied, an adverse action letter will be provided. You may have the opportunity to file a grievance challenging the decision to deny your application; you will receive information regarding your rights to grievance with the adverse action letter.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS TO DISABILITIES
As part of this property’s commitment to equal housing opportunity and non-discrimination on the basis of disability, you may request reasonable accommodations that are necessary because of a disability during the application process. Please notify management if you believe any such accommodation to a disability is necessary.
This property does not accept comprehensive reusable tenant screening reports.