Apartments are not held, reserved or secured until a rental agreement or reservation deposit has been signed and payment made. We process the application very quickly and apartments rent fast.
Deposit is Based on Credit Score and background:
We have a great program for challenged credit. We charge a refundable security deposit according to your credit score and background
700+. . . . . 1/2 Month’s Rent
650-699. . .1 Month’s Rent
580-649. . .1.5 Month’s rent
<579.. . . . . 2 Month’s rent
Subject to adjustment based on complete credit history, background check and rental history.
We can accept co-signers with minimum 720 score and must own a home.
All adults must be on lease.
If you have no credit score due to no activity a minimum of one month’s refundable security deposit.
Criminal Conviction Criteria:
No Felonies involving serious injury, kidnapping, death, arson, sex crimes and/or child sex crimes, extensive property damage or drug relates offenses (sale, manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to sell) Class A/Felony burglary or class A/Felony robbery; or
A conviction, guilty plea or no-contest plea, where the date of disposition, release or parole have occurredÂ less than 5 years: any other felonies; or
A conviction, guilty plea or no-contest plea, where the date of disposition, release or parole have occurredÂ less than 3 years for: any class B or C misdemeanor in the above categories or any misdemeanors involving criminal trespass I, theft, dishonesty, prostitution shall be a grounds for denial. Pending charges or outstanding warrants for any of the above will result in a suspension of the application until the charges are resolved. No unit will be held for resolution.
Occupancy is based on 2 person maximum per bedroom. A bedroom is defined as a room used for sleeping with a legal egress window and a closet. Exceptions are made for children under age two. Children under two are allowed as a third occupant when the child resides with the parent or other adult(s) maintaining legal custody.
Existing premises are allowed to be modified at the full expenses of the disabled person If the disabled person agrees to restore the premises to pre-modified condition. Palisades Property requires:
- written approval from the property owner.
- written proposal detailing the extent of the work to be done.
- Documentation identifying names and qualifications of the contractors to be used.
- All appropriate building permits and required licenses made available for property owner’s inspection.
90.303 Evaluation of applicant.
(1) When evaluating an applicant, a landlord may not consider an action to recover possession pursuant to ORS 105.105 to 105.168 if the action:
(a) Was dismissed or resulted in a general judgment for the applicant before the applicant submits the application. This paragraph does not apply if the action has not resulted in a dismissal or general judgment at the time the applicant submits the application.
(b) Resulted in a general judgment against the applicant that was entered five or more years before the applicant submits the application.
(2) When evaluating the applicant, a landlord may not consider a previous arrest of the applicant if the arrest did not result in a conviction. This subsection does not apply if the arrest has resulted in charges for criminal behavior as described in subsection (3) of this section that have not been dismissed at the time the applicant submits the application.
(3) When evaluating the applicant, the landlord may consider criminal conviction and charging history if the conviction or pending charge is for conduct that is:
(a) A drug-related crime;
(b) A person crime;
(c) A sex offense;
(d) A crime involving financial fraud, including identity theft and forgery; or
(e) Any other crime if the conduct for which the applicant was convicted or charged is of a nature that would adversely affect:
(A) Property of the landlord or a tenant; or
(B) The health, safety or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises of residents, the landlord or the landlord’s agent. [2013 c.294 §3]
90.304 Statement of reasons for denial; remedy for noncompliance.
(1) If a landlord requires an applicant to pay an applicant screening charge and the application is denied, or if an applicant makes a written request following the landlord’s denial of an application, the landlord must promptly provide the applicant with a written statement of one or more reasons for the denial.
(2) The landlord’s statement of reasons for denial required by subsection (1) of this section may consist of a form with one or more reasons checked off. The reasons may include, but are not limited to, the following:
(a) Rental information, including:
(A) Negative or insufficient reports from references or other sources.
(B) An unacceptable or insufficient rental history, such as the lack of a reference from a prior landlord.
(C) A prior action for possession under ORS 105.105 to 105.168 that resulted in a general judgment for the plaintiff or an action for possession that has not yet resulted in dismissal or general judgment.
(D) Inability to verify information regarding a rental history.
(b) Criminal records, including:
(A) An unacceptable criminal history.
(B) Inability to verify information regarding criminal history.
(c) Financial information, including:
(A) Insufficient income.
(B) Negative information provided by a consumer credit reporting agency.
(C) Inability to verify information regarding credit history.
(d) Failure to meet other written screening or admission criteria.
(e) The dwelling unit has already been rented.
(3) If a landlord fails to comply with this section, the applicant may recover from the landlord $100. [2005 c.391 §31]
You can apply online:
To apply online, go to the “Available Rentals” page. Find the property you are interested in applying for and click on the “Apply Now” button. From there you will be prompted to fill out an application.