Rental Application

Thank you for your interest in a Miller Laine Property Management Rental Home.

  

Miller Laine Property Management

WE DO NOT ACCEPT COMPREHENSIVE REUSABLE REPORTS

Miller Laine Management requires a tenant screening report that may include the following:

Price Per Applicant: $42.00 USD (includes WA State Sales Tax)

IMPORTANT: Once the primary applicant’s information has been processed and approved, an email will be sent to all other persons who will be living at the address (spouse, roommate, etc.) Each additional resident MUST respond to the email, supply the requested information and “electronically” sign these separate applications. Under Seattle’s Fair Chance Ordinance, SMC 14.09, landlords are prohibited from requiring disclosure, asking about, rejecting and applicant, or taking an adverse action based on any arrest record, conviction record, or criminal history, except for registry information as described in subsection 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.

 

As part of your application for residency with Miller Laine Property Management, you will need to fill out the proceeding questionnaire so that the company can conduct a background check about you.  As part of that process you will need to electronically sign a notice and authorization form consenting to these checks.  This authorization form will allow LandlordSolutions Inc. to verify the information you provide and share its results with Miller Laine Property Management.

 

Applicant is required to view home in person.

 

The questionnaire takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and we recommend that you double check the information that you provide to ensure there is no delay with your application for residency.

APPLYING FOR RESIDENCY IN WASHINGTON STATE

Effective June 7, 2012 Landlords who collect a screening fee from prospective tenants are required to provide in writing a rental criteria to the applicant, that establishes what consumer report information may result in denial of the rental application.  In addition, landlords are also required to provide a written adverse action notice outlined under RCW 59.18.257.  Adverse action could be denial of the rental application, or approval of the rental application with conditions.

     

SCREENING CRITERIA FOR TENANCY

 

Policies

 

Income Requirements

Verifiable Residency – Applicant may be denied for

 

Credit Check

   

Criminal Background Check

*CITY OF SEATTLE RENTALS – Under Seattle’s Fair Chance Housing Ordinance, SMC 14.09, landlords 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

    

Applications are reviewed and housing decisions made based upon the qualifications of competing applications. Decisions are not made on the basis of the date the application was received unless required by City or State code.  

Viewing of a property and completing an application is not a guarantee of you being accepted as a tenant. A property is considered rented when a lease has been signed and rent paid. A property may continue to be shown even if an application has been received.

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