Property just completed a $15,000.00 renovation.
1,061 Sq. Ft. Single family, single story home in La Mirada, CA. Sitting on a 6,001 Sq. Ft. Lot ● Near Biola University ● 3 Bedroom ● 2 Bath ● Full Kitchen ● Dining Room ● Living Room with Hardwood Floors ● Full 2 car garage with large driveway ● Full front yard ● Full enclosed/gated back yard ● Backyard patio is covered ● Corner lot ● Single story ● Quiet neighborhood ● Walking distance of City Parks and shopping ● Plenty of parking in neighborhood streets ● 2 side yards
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There is no application fee. I should be telling people that. The “Application to Rent or Lease.pdf” is a standard form from the A.O.A. (Apartment Owners Association), so I need to remind people not to panic about the fee part section.
I will review your completed application and materials that we have requested when you send or email them all in and let you know what the next steps will be.
At the end of the application process, we typically end up with a number of very qualified candidates. This is the difficult part for us, choosing who to award the lease contract to amongst all of the equally qualified candidates we end up with.
If you are one of these candidates and you really want to seal the deal, you can provide, although not required, recent pay stubs from your job to show us steady income. This is not a requirement because we know lifestyles of people are such that not everyone holds down a steady (traditional) job. Income comes from many places and we understand that. I only tell you this if you want to jump in the front of the line of the other applicants. But it’s your call.
In rare instances when all left in the selection process are equally qualified, we will allow "Best Offer" practice. You will be allowed to directly bid against your competition by offering either to sign a longer term lease or pay a higher monthly rent than what is being asked.
This doesn't happen too often, but when it does, we feel that giving control to the applicant is the best course since it allows them to drive the decision process at this critical stage.