Are looking for space, space and more space?? This is the home for you as it boast over 2790 Sq.Ft. An amazing 4 bedroom 4 bathroom plus a large office/den with French doors. 2 full bedrooms and bathrooms are downstairs as well as the laundry room. This home features a formal living room and dining room as well as a gorgeous kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliances including a separate stove top and oven with an additional warming drawer. The family room is off of the kitchen, great for entertaining and it pre-wired for surround sound. The formal living room has a cozy gas fireplace as well as the master bedroom which is very large and has vaulted ceilings. The master bathroom has a separate shower and tub and split vanities. The master closet is very large and has custom built-ins! This home truly is a must see masterpiece. As if all of these items were not enough it is also located in the very popular Pleasant Grove School District. Drive-by today because this large and beautiful of a home in this highly desirable area is sure to rent fast! The owner charges $150.00 to help pay a portion of the water, sewer & trash. This is addition to the monthly rent amount. Our general qualifications that we are looking for is that overall you do have good credit with minimal to no collections, that you make at least 3 times the monthly rent and that you have at least 2 years of previous good rental history or home ownership. You must meet all three qualifications in order to be approved. Please drive-by the property prior to requesting an appointment. We do not have any rental properties available right now that are accepting the Section 8 program.
Our general guidelines to qualify are that you have a legal and verifiable income of approximately three times the monthly rent, two recent years of favorable rental references (excluding renting from family members) or home ownership and a minimum of two lines of good credit established with a creditor for six months who reports to Trans Union. Negative references or collections may keep an application from being approved. An application will be declined if a bankruptcy has been discharged in fewer than two years (in some cases three years) previous to the application being submitted.