Q: What is the application fee?
A: $50 per person. The application fee covers the cost of checking your rent-worthiness. We check credit, rental references and income.
Q: What do I need to bring with my application?
A: Please bring a State or Federal issued ID, paycheck stubs for last 60 days, and the name and phone number for the apartments that you have lived in for the past 2 years. If you have had any hiccups in your credit or rental history and have taken care of them, it is helpful to bring that paperwork. If you receive SSI, child support or alimony, please bring proof of this if you plan on using that income to qualify. We do not accept cosigners unless you are a student and bring proof of enrollment. Students can only use cosigners for income qualifications; they must meet our credit criteria on their own.
Q: What are the qualification criteria to live at Monticello at Town Center?
A: The deposit varies from $250 to one month's rent, depending on your credit and rental history. The application deposit holds the apartment until you move in, and then it becomes a security deposit that will be held until the end of your stay, and any charges for damages will be taken out of it.
Q: Are there other fees?
A: We charge an administrative fee of $150 per apartment, and pet fees of $300-$350 on how many pets you have.
Q: I've applied, but I changed my mind, can I get my money back?
A: Your application fee is non-refundable. Your application deposit is refundable if you change your mind within 72 hours. Otherwise, we've taken that apartment off the market for you and we could have rented it to someone else, so it becomes non-refundable at that point. However, if you are still interested in our community, we can move you to the waitlist until you are ready to pick a new apartment, and we will apply it to your new choice.