Below are a few frequently asked questions. Hopefully this helps explain any concerns you might have. As always please contact us with any other questions you may have.

What if I haven’t been at my job for a year?

A: Generally we are looking for solid and consistent work history for each applicant. We need to know that you can and will be able to make your monthly obligations. Gaps in employment may require us to request an additional month’s rent or additional deposit. We will always do our best to work with each Applicant to locate a solution for housing.

Do you have any pet restrictions?

A: Most insurance carriers have restricted breeds, Pit Bulls, Rottweiler’s & Dobermans, outlined in the policy; therefore we restrict these breeds as well, with the exception of a service animal.

What is the fee to run the application?

A: We charge a $50.00 processing fee, for anyone 18 and over that will be residing in the home. We run the credit report, verify employment and verify rental history through written communication, it can be a time consuming process and slow response can delay our decision a day or possibly two from the time the application is submitted.

I am not from San Diego and I really like this home you are advertising. Can you tell me about the neighborhood, is it safe? Are there children nearby? I’m looking for a church to attend, what can you tell me?

A: We know that it is difficult to move to a new neighborhood. It is natural to have questions. Many questions we can answer definitively; others not so much. How safe is the neighborhood, is one of the most common questions we are asked. As real estate professionals we cannot offer our personal opinions as it might be misconstrued as a professional endorsement. Everyone’s perception is different based upon their personal history and concerns. We abide by Fair Housing Laws which dictate some restrictions about the questions we address with one but not with all. Instead, we are pleased to share some public resources that can help EVERYONE make an informed decision according to their personal preferences:

Promote housing opportunities for all persons regardless of race, religion, sex, marital status, ancestry, national origin, color, familial status, or disability (Government Code Section 65583(c)(5)).

San Diego Metro Office
6398 Del Cerro Blvd., Ste 8.
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 286-7600

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