Online Application

Please note there is a $30 application fee that you will be redirected to pay upon submitting your application.

Each applicant over the age of 18 must fill out a separate application.

Property Information

Applicant Information

Provide at least two years of history.

Employment Information

Provide at least 2 years of history.

Other Income Used for Monthly Expenses

Alimony, child support, or separate maintenance income need not be revealed if Applicant does not wish to have it considered as a basis for paying this obligation.

Bank Account Information

Monthly Payments

Other Information

Condition of Property

The Property will be leased in the same condition as it is shown unless otherwise agreed to in writing.

Application Fee

The Application Fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and will not be applied towards rent or other financial obligations should Applicant be approved, nor refunded if not approved. Applicant agrees that this sum is paid in consideration of Landlord/Broker for Landlord’s review and/or verification of the information stated in the application.

Obligation to Enter into Lease Agreement/Damages

Upon submission of this Application, Landlord/Broker for Landlord reserves the right to remove property from the available rent list. If this Application is denied by Landlord, the Application Deposit shall be refunded to Applicant. If this Application is approved and Applicant fails to rent the Property, Landlord shall be entitled to retain the Application Deposit.

Convicted Sex Offenders (MEGAN'S LAW)

The Pennsylvania General Assembly has passed legislation (often referred to as “Megan’s Law,” 42 Pa.C.S. § 9791 et seq.) providing for community notification of the presence of certain convicted sex offenders. Potential tenants are encouraged to contact the municipal police department or the Pennsylvania State Police for information relating to the presence of sex offenders near a particular property, or to check the information on the Pennsylvania State Police web site at

Notice to Persons Offering to Sell or Rent Housing in Pennsylvania

Federal and state laws make it illegal for Landlord, Broker, or anyone to use RACE, COLOR, RELIGION or RELIGIOUS CREED, SEX, DISABILITY (physical or mental), FAMILIAL STATUS (children under 18 years of age), AGE (40 or older), NATIONAL ORIGIN, USE OR HANDLING/TRAINING OF SUPPORT OR GUIDE ANIMALS, or the FACT OR RELATIONSHIP OR ASSOCIATION TO AN INDIVIDUAL KNOWN TO HAVE A DISABILITY as reasons for refusing to sell, show, or rent properties, loan money, or set deposit amounts, or as reasons for any decision relating to the sale of property. The municipality in which the Property is located may have enacted an ordinance or other law that extends the protections for access to housing to additional classes of individuals, such as gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals and couples. Broker and Landlord are advised to check with your local municipality, representative from the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, or your own attorney for further guidance.

Fair Credit Reporting Act

If the Landlord or Broker denies your application based in whole or in part on any information contained in the consumer report authorized by paragraph 16 of this Application, the Landlord or Broker must provide you with oral, written or electronic notice of the denial, and must provide to you: (1) the name, address, and telephone number of the consumer reporting agency (including a toll-free telephone number established by the agency if the agency compiles and maintains #les on consumers on a nationwide basis) that furnished the report, (2) a statement that the consumer reporting agency did not make the decision to deny the application and is unable to provide you with the speci#c reasons why your application was denied, (3) a numerical credit score, the range of possible credit scores under the model used, up to four of the key factors that led to the denial, and the date the credit score was created (4) information about how to obtain a free copy of your consumer report from the consumer reporting agency, and (5) information about how to dispute the accuracy or completeness of any information in a consumer report furnished by the agency. If the Landlord or Broker denies your application because of information from a person other than a credit reporting agency (for example, an employer or prior landlord), the Landlord or Broker must provide you with notice about your right to make a written request to discover the nature of that information.

Special Clauses

(A) The following are part of this Application if checked:


By checking each box, Applicant provides the described authorization.

For Tenant Identification Purposes Only