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KISSIMMEE

Kissimmee is a town in Florida with a population of 68,176. Kissimmee is in Osceola County. Living in Kissimmee offers residents a suburban feel and most residents houses for rent  their homes. In Kissimmee there are a lot of restaurants and parks. Many families live in Kissimmee and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Kissimmee are above average. LEARN MORE

CLERMONT

Clermont is a suburb of Orlando with a population of 32,217. Clermont is in Lake County and is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Clermont offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Clermont and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Clermont are above average. LEARN MORE

DAVENPORT

Davenport is a town in Florida with a population of 3,665. Davenport is in Polk County. Living in Davenport offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes and some  houses for rent also. Many families and retirees live in Davenport and residents tend to have moderate political views. LEARN MORE 

WINDERMERE

Windermere is a suburb of Orlando with a population of 3,261. Windermere is in Orange County and is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Windermere offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Residents of Windermere tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Windermere are highly rated. LEARN MORE

PICTURE ID

Bring  your driver’s license or other identification with you when you tour apartments or when you go to fill out an application.

Some landlords are stricter than others about needing this documentation but having proof of residency with you can’t hurt. If you don’t have a driver’s license, a state ID, passport, or green card can show you are who you say you are and can legally live there.

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Pay Stubs

 

Landlords ask to see your pay stubs, to make sure you’re employed and make as much money as you say you do.  (Remember, the landlord’s first concern is whether you’ll pay your rent). If you don’t make enough money, letting you move in is a terrible financial decision. Landlords typically only accept tenants for whom the rental price is 30% or less of their income.

Most of the time, landlords will ask for your two most recent pay stubs. If you have direct deposit, you can likely still find your pay stub online, or ask your boss for a copy. If you do get a physical stub with your paycheck, only provide a copy, not the original.

Social Security

 

Your parents may have warned you not to give out this precious nine-digit identification code, but you do have to provide it to a potential landlord. Property managers use this number to perform credit and background checks, to help tell if you’ll be a good tenant.

You shouldn’t have to provide a copy of your social security card, so memorize your number instead.

Hot Tip:  Do not store it on your phone or leave it visible in your apartment.

Rental History

 

You’ll need to provide your rental history, listing all apartments you’ve lived in. This should include addresses, the phone number of the property manager, how long you were there, how much you paid, and why you left.

If you’ve rented in several locations, it might be a good idea to go ahead and create a file of this information for yourself, so that you can take it with you when you apply.  You can always update it with each move. That way, you can make your application quickly, by copying the information, or simply providing a copy of the document with your application, instead of filling out that section.