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Reserve at Springdale
6725 Circle S Road
Austin, TX 78723
Telephone # 512-524-0621
Fax # 512-524-1168
Manager@urbanoaksapts.com
Effective Date: May 15, 2020

TENANT SELECTION CRITERIA


Welcome to Reserve at Springfield. This apartment community was developed with special financing, which allows the rental rates to be more affordable. It is not connected with the Section 8 program, although applicants with Section 8 vouchers and certificates are welcome to apply.

    I. FAIR HOUSING AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY LAWS

    The Development will comply with state and federal fair housing and antidiscrimination laws; including, but not limited to, consideration of reasonable accommodations requested to complete the application process. Texas Administrative Code, Title 10, Chapter 1, Subchapter B provides more detail about reasonable accommodations. Screening criteria will be applied in a manner consistent with all applicable laws, including the Texas and Federal Fair Housing Acts, the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, program guidelines, and the Department’s rules. Management will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age (except in eligibility requirements), handicap, familial status, national origin, and/or applicants covered by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, in any phase of the occupancy process. The occupancy process includes, but is not necessarily limited to, application processing, leasing, delivery of management and service, access to common facilities, and termination of occupancy.

    II.ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

    Management will accept an application for rental from any and all interested persons. All persons desiring to apply for occupancy will be provided the opportunity to submit completed applications. It must be recognized that submission of an application neither guarantees the applicant housing nor obligates the property’s agent to provide housing. Admission and move-in is contingent upon verified qualification of the applicant and availability of an appropriate unit.
      A. Written application, on the property’s Texas Apartment Association (TAA) form, must be made in order to be considered for residency. Application may be made by the applicant(s) in person, by mail, email, fax or by on-line service, if available.
        1. Proof of identity will be required for all family members (such as driver’s license, state identification card, social security numbers for all family members)
        2. Should the applicant be personally unable to complete the form, the:
          a. Applicant must be present to provide the information to the person that is completing the application form, or
          b. Persons assisting the applicant must sign and date the application, indicate it was completed at the direction of the named applicant, and provide identification to management.
          3. The application must be fully completed and signed by the adult member(s). Any information not readily available to the applicant, must be so noted on the application form by the applicant.
        B. In order to process your application, management may need information/documentation to verify the following:


          1. Current gross annual income. Income cannot exceed program requirement.

          2. Credit and statewide Criminal History Background Check on all family members 18 years and older.

          3. Rental history. It is your responsibility to provide necessary information that allows us to contact your past landlords. If we are unable to verify your previous landlord and/or references, we reserve the right to deny your application.


        C. The screening criteria will be applied uniformly and in a manner consistent with all applicable laws, including Texas state laws, the Federal Fair Housing Act, the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and all Affordable Housing program guidelines. Information will be obtained and considered for all household members who are:
          1. 18 years of age or over regardless if married or married at one time and presently divorced.
          2. A minor (under 18) who is emancipated from parental control by court order.

        III. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY

        A person with a disability may request reasonable accommodations during application and while residing at the development by contacting the management office by telephone, email, fax or in person. Management will submit the request for review, and approval or denial of such request will be given to the applicant within three (3) business days.

Please be sure to read the entire Tenant Selection Criteria (please click Print Application) and contact us with any questions.



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