Thank you for choosing Call Realty!
We conduct a comprehensive screening that includes a credit check, current and previous rental verification, employment or income verification, and criminal-public records check. Your approval is based upon the completed results of the application in full.
Call Realty Property Management does not accept comprehensive reusable tenant screening reports.
We recommend that you contact us prior to applying to verify the property is available.
If you have pets, please contact the office to verify your pet will be accepted at the property.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding these procedures.
Each step must be completed for your application to be considered for a property. First completed applications are first in line.
- The application fee is $41/per individual. Anyone 18 years old or older who will be living at the home must apply.
- Fill out the online application here. At the end of the application, you will be given the opportunity to pay the application fee.
- Email a copy of your photo identification (driver's license) and proof of income. You are welcome to snap a picture with a smartphone and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you have an ESA please email proper documentation to email@example.com.
Applicants MAY be denied if the tenant has left owing money at a previous rental or has been evicted.
Please note that Call Realty never accepts cash in the office. If an applicant plans to move within 5 business days of approval, the holding fee and/or deposits and initial rent payments are to be paid with a cashier's check or money order. Online payments may be made if your move date is more than 5 business days from the date of approval.
Please click to view our application polices.
A consumer report will be provided by Acranet Inc (521 W Maxwell Spokane, WA 99201). A credit report from Trans Union (PO Box 390 Springfield PA 19064) is used as part of the screening. You have the right to obtain a free copy of the consumer report in the event of a denial or other adverse action and to dispute the accuracy of information appearing in the consumer report.