Rent this amazing home! Three bedrooms and one bath in a Mt Baker duplex. Rent this amazing home! Three bedrooms and one bath in a Mt Baker duplex. Classic Craftsman, ca 1901, on the ridge with spectacular views of downtown Seattle & Elliot Bay! Gorgeous original details intact! Stained woodwork, box beams, mahogany-ribbon oak floors, charming fireplace, amazing side, and back deck, and relaxing front porch. Amazing landscaped yard with mature trees & flowering shrubs. City view sun deck & patio for entertaining/relaxing. Easy access to Lake, parks, restaurants, and espresso cafes.
$3,400/month, plus security deposit and last month's rent. One parking spot available for $100/month. Maximum of three people in this unit.
Some other things to know:
*No smoking in or on the property
*No pets except for licensed service animals.
*We will permit three people to use this rental.
* All tenants over the age of 18 will need to be guarantors on the rent.
*We will only accept one rent check per month.
If you are interested in seeing the property:
1. Open house will be held from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Wednesday, August 23rd and from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Thursday, August 24th. Principals only. RSVP with your name. IF we get no RSVPs for the Thursday slot, we may cancel it at our discretion.
2. Please do not disturb the downstairs tenant.
3. Please do not enter the property outside of the open house hours.
4. Screening will be done through a certified third party: http
www.myscreeningreport.com/?client=msrrha Screening fees will be paid directly to the screening company.
5. If you plan to apply, please contact us so we can send you an invitation to apply. You will need to supply your email address and full name in order for us to be able to initiate the process. Here is what you need to know about how to apply:
6. This house was built in 1901, so there may be lead paint.
Prospective renters will be treated in accordance with Federal, state, and local laws. We are an equal housing opportunity company. For more information please refer to:
Here are the criteria we will use. please be sure to use the third party system for credit and income verification; we are not doing that part.
All applications will be process in the order in which they are received. The first qualified applicant will be the one we select. This process will not be open until the day of the first open house.
RENTAL CRITERIA AND INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY
For verification consideration you must provide a copy of your two (2) most recent paystubs, and/or copies of government, pension, or valid program funding. If self-employed, you must provide signed copies of the last two years. tax returns and the last 3 months. bank statements. History of acceptable level of income must cover the previous 24 months.
When checking for sufficient income only use verifiable garnishable wages or government and/or charity program vouchers or government issued payments. And income to rent ratio of 3:1 is required (i.e., rent should not exceed 33% of gross income). Debt to Income ratio should not exceed 20% of the applicants? income.
Rental History Each rental applicant must be able to demonstrate a pattern of meeting their rental or mortgage obligations,leaving prior properties
We require a positive credit history with: ? No more than two (2) delinquent payments over the last 24 months. ? No accounts in collection ? No non-discharged bankruptcies ? No money owing to a previous landlord ? A minimum credit score of 740 ? At least two (2) active accounts being rated to establish history. LANDLORD REFERENCES: Each rental applicant must be able to demonstrate a pattern of meeting their rental obligations, leaving prior rental properties in good condition and not having a pattern of complaints from neighbors. Applicants can have no prior evictions, and must have verifiable references for positive rental or mortgage history over the last 24 months. Please note that you must provide contact information for the previous landlord and that the previous landlord must take or return our screening calls within 72 hours of application submission or we will move onto the next application. CRIMINAL HISTORY: Criminal history will be considered on a case by case basis, with factors including the nature of the offense, how much time has passed, and whether or not the individual is appropriately rehabilitated and does not pose a risk to persons or property. * Set minimum requirements appropriate for the rental unit. See RHAWA Guidelines for Screening Criteria for further explanation. INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY: Each person 18 and older who will be residing in the home must submit the following: ? Application filled out completely and truthfully. (If applying remotely, signature on the application must be notarized.) ? Screening fee will be paid to the screening company. ? Copy of current state or government identification. ? Verification of income such as check stub for the past two pay periods, SSI / disability papers, child support papers, etc. If self-employed, provide last year?s tax returns and 3 months of current bank statements. COSIGNERS: If you do not meet one or more of the above criteria, you may be able to qualify for a rental unit if you have a third party located within the state that will guarantee your lease. The guarantor must fill out an application, pass the screening process and have income and debt to income ratio sufficient to cover their expense and yours in event of default.
At $3,200, this listing is priced $93 more than the current market rate for a 3 bedroom home in Seattle.
Students who live in at 1525 31st Avenue S attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Leschi Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Washington Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Franklin High School
Grades 9 - 12
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