IF you have no access to a printer, please call the office and you can schedule a time to come in and pick up a paper application.
Click here to open a new webpage that has the offline application packet. One packet is required from each adult, along with submitting your pet/no pet/service animal profile at Bell.Petscreening.com, and certified funds in the amount of $45 delivered to our office location during normal business hours. Also, we’ll need your pet screening report, copies of each adults government issued identification, and legal/verifiable income – two months of paystubs or last years tax returns. When complete packages are received, we can make a determination, usually within 3 business days.
SERVICE ANIMAL AND PET POLICY:
All residential applicants are required to complete the screening at Pet Screening, in association with your application to lease from Bell Properties, Inc. Whether you have a pet, no pet or a service animal, every application must include a pet screening.
All residents are required to carry renters insurance throughout their tenancy. Bell Properties, Inc must be listed as additional insured on your renters policy. Policy limitations must be at least $100,000.
To get started, complete the insurance application with our insurance partner, ePremium Insurance, here or use any company you know and trust.
All completed applications must submit a holding deposit, pending the review of your application.
After your application((s)one per adult)) are submitted, you’ll have 12 hours to submit a $500 holding deposit, that will go towards your security deposit – if you’re approved for the property. If declined, this holding deposit (minus application fee) will be returned. If you’re approved and you later decide not to move forward, you may loose a pro-rated portion of this holding fee, based on the number of days we held the property for you. Once you submit the application, you will immediately receive an email about how to pay the security deposit.
View our full application process and approval guidelines here