Application Information

In order to keep our neighborhoods safe and welcoming to all, all tenants must fill out an application. This application will be reviewed by our staff and must be approved before accepting a rental agreement. Everyone 18 or older must sign the application and an authorization to release. Please contact us to fill out an application.

Each tenant is screened for criminal records and credit history problems and must submit to this before being considered for tenancy. You may submit to us via email or mail directly to the apartment complex.

We do require a security deposit on each rental. Please contact us for the amount of the security deposit.

We do not allow pets.

How to apply

  • Download the application
  • Complete the application
  • Submit via fax (to 770-487-1590) or scan and send via email


  • Authorization To Release
  • Tenant Application
  • Income Qualifications

    1 person $43,080
    2 people $43,080
    3 people $43,080
    4 people $43,080
    5 people $56,880
    6 people $56,880
    7 people $56,880
    8 people $56,880

    Note: Income limits apply and are subject to change. Please call our office to see if you qualify.

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