PROPERTY SERVICES INC.
No Convenience Fee
A 2.75% Convenience Fee Will Be Charged
Receipt in the sum of $_____ Is hereby acknowledged. this deposit is to be returned to the applicant if the application is rejected. If accepted, this sum will be applied to rent or security deposit. The undersigned applicant(s) agrees that the landlord shall have up to twenty-one (21) calendar days from acceptance of the earnest money deposit to approve or deny rental application.
At the time the lease is signed, the applicant agrees to pay the balance due for security deposit and first month's rent. If the applicant refuses to sign the lease after the application has been approved, actual costs incurred will be deducted from the deposit and the balance, if any, refunded. Applicant(s) agrees to pay the landlord the actual cost, up to $20.00, of obtaining a consumer credit report from a consumer reporting agency that complies and maintains files on consumers on a nationwide basis.
Not less than seven (7) days after the start of the tenancy, tenant may request, in writing, that the landlord provide the tenant with a list of physical damages or defects, if any, charged to the previous tenant's security deposit.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act, Public Law 91-508 requires that we notify you that as part of our normal procedure, a routine inquiry be made. This inquiry will provide applicable information concerning character, general reputation, personal characteristics and the mode of living. Upon written request, additional information as to the nature and scope of the report, if one is made, will be provided. Inquiry will be made through TRANS UNION LLC.
THIS APPLICATION IS NOT A RENTAL AGREEMENT, CONTRACT OR LEASE. ALL APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER OR MANAGING AGENT.
(1) Broker's duties to all persons in a transaction. A broker who is providing brokerage services to a person in a transaction owes all of the following duties to the person: (a) The duty to provide brokerage services honestly and fairly. (b) The duty to provide brokerage services with reasonable skill and care. (c) The duty to timely disclose in writing all material adverse facts that the broker knows and that the person does not know or cannot discover through reasonably vigilant observation, unless the disclosure of a material adverse fact is prohibited by law. (d) The duty to keep confidential any information given to the broker in confidence, or any information obtained by the broker that he or she knows a reasonable person would want to be kept confidential, unless the information must be disclosed by law or the person whose interests may be adversely affected by the disclosure specifically authorizes the disclosure of particular information. A broker shall continue to keep the information confidential after the transaction is complete and after the broker is no longer providing brokerage services to the person. (e) The duty to provide accurate information about market conditions that affect the person's transaction, within a reasonable time after the person's request, unless disclosure of the information is prohibited by law. (f) The duty to safeguard trust funds and other property held by the broker as required by rules promulgated by the department under s. 452.13 (5). (g) When the broker is negotiating on behalf of a party, the duty to present contract proposals in an objective and unbiased manner and disclose the advantages and disadvantages of the proposals.