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Rental Application Century 21 Mike Bowman Inc
4101 William D Tate Ave, Grapevine, TX 76051

Welcome to Century 21 Mike Bowman Inc Rental Application

 

Please read carefully:

 

Application Fee: $45 per application plus a 4% convenience fee.  Each occupant 18 years or older must submit
an application. This fee is non-refundable.

 

Landlord will consider a number of factors when selecting a tenant. If special circumstances exist,
applicant is encouraged to provide additional information detailing any special circumstances to the
Landlord. The Landlord’s tenant selection criteria include the following factors for any occupant.

 

General Rental Criteria
Two Years of Good Rental History
No Forceable Detainers (evictions) unless you have verifiable documentation of landlord irresponsibility.
However, a FD due to property damage by the resident will not be accepted under any
circumstance.
No history of any damage to the residence, or an outstanding balance due to a previous landlord.

 

Verifiable Gross Income
Minimum of three times the rent charged on the residence.

 

Criminal Background Check
Residency may be denied due to criminal history
(see Criminal Background Criteria)

 

Credit History
Credit history must show that the resident has paid bills on time and does not have a history of debt
write-offs or accounts that have gone into collection.
Residency may be denied due to poor credit history.

 

Maximum Occupancy
Please note that these are the maximum number of people who may occupy homes with the number of
bedrooms noted:
2 Bedroom – 4 Occupants
3 Bedroom – 6 Occupants
4 Bedroom – 8 Occupants
5 Bedroom – 10 Occupants

 

Submit Valid Photo ID

 

Criminal Background Criteria
(if applicable)


Disqualification From Residency for Lifetime

First or second degree murder
First through third degree assault
Kidnapping
First through fourth degree criminal sexual conduct
Arson
Harassment and stalking
An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes
Third degree murder
Second degree manslaughter
Criminal vehicular homicide or injury
Simple of aggravated robbery
Any felony drug or narcotics convictions
False imprisonment
Carrying a weapon without a permit or any other weapons charge
Felony theft
Felony forgery
Felony burglary
Terrorist threats
Felony controlled substance
An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes

 

Crimes That Disqualify for Residency For 10 Years After the Completion of Their Sentence
Third degree murder
Second degree manslaughter
Criminal vehicular homicide or injury
Simple of aggravated robbery
Any felony drug or narcotics convictions
False imprisonment
Carrying a weapon without a permit or any other
weapons charge
Felony theft
Felony forgery
Felony burglary
Terrorist threats
Felony controlled substance
An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes


Crimes That Disqualify for Residency For 5 Years After the Completion of Their Sentence
Non-felony violation of harassment and/or stalking
Fourth degree assault
Any misdemeanor drug or narcotics conviction
An attempt to commit one of the above crimes
A conviction in another jurisdiction that would be a violation of the above crimes

 

Authorization: Applicant authorizes Landlord & Landlord’s agent, at any time before, during, or after any tenancy, to:

(1) obtain a copy of Applicant’s credit report;
(2) obtain a criminal background check related to Applicant and any occupant; and
(3) verify any rental or employment history or verify any other information related to this application with persons
knowledgeable of such information.

 

Notice of Landlord’s Right to Continue to Show the Property: Unless Landlord and Applicant enter into a separate
written agreement otherwise, the Property remains on the market until a lease is signed by all parties and Landlord may
continue to show the Property to other prospective tenants and accept another offer.

 

Approved  by the Texas Real Estate Commission for Voluntary  Use

 

Texas law requires all real estate licensees to give the following information about brokerage services to prospective buyers, tenants, sellers and landlords.


Information About Brokerage Services

 

Before working with a real estate broker, you should know that the duties of a broker depend on whom the  broker  represents.  If  you are  a  prospective seller or landlord (owner) or a prospective buyer or tenant (buyer), you should know that the broker who lists the property  for sale or  lease  is the  owner's agent. A broker who acts as a subagent represents the owner in cooperation with the listing broker. A broker who acts as a buyer's agent represents the buyer. A broker may act as an   intermediary  between  the   parties   if   the   parties consent in writing. A broker can assist you in locating a property, preparing a contract or lease, or obtaining financing without representing you. A broker is obligated by law to treat you honestly.

 

IF THE BROKER REPRESENTS THE OWNER:

The broker becomes the owner's agent by entering into an agreement  with  the  owner,  usually  through  a  written  - listing agreement, or by agreeing to act as a subagent by accepting an offer of subagency from the listing broker. A subagent may  work  in  a  different real estate office.  A listing broker or subagent can assist the buyer but does not represent the buyer and must place the interests of the  owner  first. The  buyer  should  not  tell  the  owner's agent anything the buyer  would not want the owner to know  because  an  owner's agent  must  disclose  to  the owner any material information known to the agent.

 

IF THE BROKER REPRESENTS THE BUYER:

The broker becomes the buyer's agent by entering into an agreement  to  represent  the  buyer,  usually  through  a written buyer representation agreement. A buyer's agent can assist the owner but does not represent the owner and must place the interests of the buyer first. The owner should not tell a buyer's agent anything the owner would not want the buyer to know because a buyer's agent must disclose to the buyer any material information known to the agent.

 

IF THE BROKER ACTS AS AN INTERMEDIARY:

A broker may act as an intermediary between the parties if the broker complies with The Texas Real Estate License

Act. The broker must obtain the written consent of each party  to  the  transaction  to  act  as an  intermediary.  The written consent must state who will pay the broker and, in conspicuous bold or underlined print, set forth the broker's obligations as an intermediary. The broker is required to treat each  party  honestly and  fairly and to  comply  with The Texas Real Estate License Act. A broker  who acts as an intermediary in a transaction:

(1) shall treat all parties honestly;

(2) may  not  disclose  that  the  owner  will  accept  a price less than the asking price unless authorized in writing to do so by the owner;

(3) may  not disclose that the buyer will pay  a price greater  than  the  price  submitted   in  a  written  offer unless authorized in writing to do so by the buyer; and

(4) may  not  disclose  any  confidential  information or any information that a party specifically instructs the broker in writing not to disclose unless authorized in writing to disclose the information or required to do so by  The  Texas  Real  Estate  License  Act  or  a  court order or if the information materially relates to the condition of the property.

With the  parties' consent, a  broker  acting as  an intermediary between the parties may appoint a person who is  licensed  under  The  Texas  Real  Estate  License  Act and associated with the broker to communicate with and carry out instructions of one party and another person who is licensed  under that Act and associated with the broker to  communicate  with  and  carry  out  instructions  of  the other party.

 

If you choose to have a broker represent you, you should enter into a written agreement with the broker that clearly establishes the broker's obligations and your obligations.  The  agreement  should  state  how  and  by whom  the broker  will  be  paid.  You  have  the  right  to choose  the  type  of  representation,   if  any,  you  wish  to receive. Your payment of a fee to a broker does not necessarily establish that the broker represents you. If you have  any  questions  regarding  the  duties  and responsibilities of the broker, you should resolve those questions before proceeding.

 

Clicking on “I Understand” below indicates that you have had the opportunity to review the landlord’s
tenant selection criteria and the Brokerage Services information. The tenant selection criteria may include factors such as criminal history, credit history, current income, and rental history. If you do not meet the selection
criteria, or if you provide inaccurate or incomplete information, your application may be rejected.