Resident Selection Criteria

Terms of Application Agreement

The following Application Agreement will be signed by all applicants prior to signing a lease contract. While some of the information below may not yet be applicable to your situation, there are some provisions that may become applicable prior to signing a lease contract. In order to continue with this online application, you'll need to review the Application Agreement carefully and acknowledge that you accept its terms.


Where applicable, this contract is subject to and contingent upon the prospective tenant(s) being approved by the condominium/homeowners’ association. The prospective Resident(s) will pay any non-refundable application fee required by the condominium/homeowners’ association and make application for association approval within 3 days from the effective date of this contract. Occupancy shall not be permitted prior to association approval. In the event that the prospective Resident(s) are not approved by the association and/or TRG Management, this contract will terminate, and all deposits and application fees paid herewith shall be forfeited by the prospective Resident(s). The non-refundable application fees paid to the association and to TRG Management are not refundable under any circumstance.


I (we) affirm that the information contained in this rental application to lease to be true and correct. I (we) agree that TRG Management may terminate any agreement entered into (including the lease) in reliance on any misstatement made in this application. I (we) agree and affirm that TRG Management may question and seek information from all person and/or firms named by us in this application and contract to lease, and further authorize TRG Management to acquire my (Our) credit reports and criminal background check from any authorized credit agency. I (we) agree that acceptance of this application is conditional upon a credit check and other verifications that are satisfactory to TRG Management.


I (we) agree to enter into a lease for the rental unit upon the terms outlined above. I (we) agree that I (we) have toured or video-toured and previewed and seen the rental unit being applied for and that I (we) are accepting it in “AS IS” condition, unless otherwise noted above in writing with your property manager and created as an addendum to your lease. If I (we) refuse to enter into the manager's lease (within 48 hours of notification of approval), AND/OR if occupancy is not taken by me (us) (on or before the occupancy date indicated), then TRG Management may rent or lease the property to another party and all deposits and application fees paid herewith shall be forfeited by the prospective Resident(s) and retained by TRG Management as liquidated damages.


I/we do hereby acknowledge the “Rental Process and Application Procedures” and that I/we understand and agree to the terms of application and rental process. I/we have read and agreed to all pages of this application package and have submitted them with this application for consideration by TRG Management.





To qualify for the advertised security deposit amount, you must meet the following criteria. If your credit, residence history, or income does not meet our criteria for the lowest security deposit amount, you may still be approved but at a higher security deposit amount + increased risk mitigation admin fee.


All lease transactions involve risk. To mitigate this risk for both landlord and tenant, TRG Management routinely videos/photographs the condition of properties before and after each tenancy, ending most security deposit claim disputes before they begin. Offering an approval based upon total credit score below a 600 comes with even more inherent risk to the landlord and property manager. Much like with Apartment Communities, an approval can be offered even to tenants with less than perfect credit as long as they can pay the additional fee associated with their credit scores to offset the risk involved.

Risk Mitigation Admin Fees for Applicants:

Average Credit Score (all Adults 18+) Fee Due

500 – 549..........................................$200

300 – 499..........................................Declined


Denied Lease Approvals: any credit score under 500, (330-499) are declined due to bad credit.


Dealing with Multiple Applicants: A risk mitigation fee will be assessed based on the AVERAGE FICO score of all adults

No FICO Score: Applicants who do not have a FICO score may be assigned a score of 500 for the purposes of determining their risk mitigation fee

Some properties may require higher fees or higher rent amounts. If a higher fee or rent amount is required, you will be notified at the time of the application.


Your application and potential tenancy with our firm is subject to our Standards for Professional Conduct for Landlords, Residents and Property Managers. By submitting your application (and/or signing any leases) you agree to conduct yourselves to these standards, understanding that failing to do so may result in your application being declined, or lease agreements not renewed. Below are the six standards of conduct expected from you when dealing with our firm:

1. Be inclusive.

We welcome and support people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes, but is not limited to members of any sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, social and economic class, educational level, color, immigration status, sex, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability.

2. Be considerate.

We realize moving and dealing with issues around the home can be stressful, and we go out of our way to accommodate reasonable needs and requests. Your decisions might affect whether a landlord keeps a property or sells it, or whether a tenant wants to renew or move. You should take those consequences into account when making decisions.

3. Be respectful.

We won't all agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for disrespectful behavior. We will all experience frustration from time to time, but we cannot allow that frustration become personal attacks, yelling, or using inappropriate language. An environment where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive or creative one. Our staff is trained and empowered to discontinue any conversation that is disrespectful, and to note same in our records. From time to time we choose not to renew our agreements with people who repeatedly cross these boundaries with us.

4. Choose your words carefully.

Always conduct yourself professionally. Be kind to others. Remember that we as Property Managers are here to help landlords, residents, and vendors and provide quality housing, however when circumstances combine to make it challenging to meet the expectations of a customer, we will communicate that frankly and professionally - and appreciate your doing the same.

5. Be truthful.

If you find it challenging to meet the terms of your agreement with us, tell us exactly why. We might be able to help you, and pledge to do our best when given the opportunity to help you. When we are unable to help and must enforce a contract with you, try to understand why. Differences of opinion and disagreements are mostly unavoidable. What is important is that we resolve disagreements and differing views constructively.

6. Make differences into strengths.

We can find strength in diversity. Different people have different perspectives on issues, and that can be valuable for solving problems or generating new ideas. Being unable to understand why someone holds a viewpoint doesn’t mean that they’re wrong. Don’t forget that we all make mistakes and blaming each other doesn’t get us anywhere.

If You Apply Subject To Our Accepting a lower rent or other move in concessions, your application fee will be non-refundable if your offer isn't accepted. Refund of your application fee(s) is subject to all information on your application being accurate and verifiable.

If You Withdraw Before Approval. You and any co-applicant may not withdraw your application or the application deposit. If you or any co-applicant withdraws an Application or notifies us that you've changed your mind about renting the dwelling unit, we'll be entitled to retain all application deposits as liquidated damages, and the parties will then have no further obligation to each other.

Keys or Access Devices. We'll furnish keys and/or access devices only after: (1) all parties have signed the contemplated Lease Contract and other rental documents referred to in the Lease Contract; and (2) all applicable rents, security deposits and other applicable fees have been paid in full.

Signature. Our reception of this application is consent only to this Application Agreement. It does not bind us to accept applicant or to sign the proposed Lease Contract.

Thank you for applying to TRG Management!


$37.00/ Per Month

Included with ALL lease agreements under TRG Management is the Residents Benefit Package. This package includes the following:

  1. $100,000 Tenant Liability Insurance Coverage Provided Under the TRG Management Master Policy. You are required per the lease to provide and maintain this coverage at your expense.

    Benefit: Tenants are covered under the TRG Management master policy for $100,000 in liability plus $10,000 for tenant personal contents.

  2. Online Tenant Portal for maintenance, payment options, and electronic statements.

    Benefit: Tenants have free access to our Tenant Portal to submit maintenance requests, pay online using all included payment options to include the automatic ACH option, and have access to electronic statements.

  3. 24/7 Maintenance Hotline with Live Phone Support.

    Benefit: Tenants can reach a live person after hours for emergency maintenance concerns.

  4. One Time Waiver of Insufficient Funds Fee (NSF). ($30.00+)

    Benefit: TRG Management will grant a one-time waiver of NSF payment fee.

  5. HVAC Preventative Maintenance Program

    Benefit: Custom A/C filters delivered to your door bi-monthly.

  6. Utility Concierge Program

    Benefit: One Source Home Connections is a third party service coordinator that will start and terminate utilities including water, electricity, gas, security, and internet/cable/satellite service on your behalf. They will call you soon after you sign your lease. It is your responsibility to ensure all utilities are in your name at the start of the Lease. If you do not hear from One Source in a time that suits you, feel free to call them directly at 877-274-8632 or email them at

  7. Have rent payments reported to the credit bureaus to help build your credit based on your on-time rent payments.