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In order to start an application for this group booking reservation, you need to first select a unit.Search Floor Plans
To start your application, create an account. We will be able to save your progress and enable you to come back anytime to check on the status of your application.
Please contact the rental office prior to applying to find out specific availability.
For any questions, please call the rental office at (253) 476-0440. Or use our Live Chat option at any point in the application.
We do not accept reusable or portable resident screening reports.
In the City of Tacoma, at the time of rental application, the landlord must provide the tenant with the following website along with written rental criteria. Tenants will be able to access information about code violations, findings on discrimination cases, and register to vote. www.cityoftacoma.org/rentalhousingcode.
For City of Tacoma renters, when a rental agreement or lease is offered, the landlord must provide the tenant with a written copy of the summaries of rights and responsibilities prepared by the City. This information must also be provided to existing tenants within thirty (30) days of being made available by the City of Tacoma. The initial distribution of information to tenants must be in written form and landlords must obtain tenant’s signature documenting receipt of such information.
In the City of Tacoma, an applicant(s) may request to pay move-in costs in payments at the time of application, which will consist of Security/Damage Deposit, Last Month’s Rent (if required as a condition of residency), Pet Fee and Other Non-Refundable Fee(s). Applicants must complete a Move-In Payment Plan form which must be completed at the time of application approval by DMCI before the Application to Rent may be approved. No fee or interest will be charged should the applicant choose to pay the above in payments. However, should the resident fail to pay any of the above payments according to the agreed-upon payment schedule above, it will be considered a breach of the rental contract, and the resident will have ten (10) days to pay the balance owed in full.