Louisiana Rental Application Form

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The Louisiana Rental Application Form is used by landlords or property managers to organize the required information an applicant must present when applying for a rental. Landlords will want to find the best possible candidate to rent a property. However, without a standardized form, they can quickly become overburdened. This form will remedy the situation nicely. Potential candidates should be aware that providing their signature on the application will give the property manager permission to run a criminal background and credit check on the applicant.

Application Fee (No Statute) – There is no maximum to the amount that may be charged for an application fee.

Security Deposit (No Statute) – Lousisana has no limits when it comes to the amount that landlords can charge their tenants.

How to Write

Step 1 – Enter your full name, phone number, and date of birth on the first line.

Step 2 – Enter your social security number, driver’s license, the state you hold your driver’s license in, and the expiration date of your driver’s license on the second line.

Step 3 – Enter your current street address, city, state, and zip code on the third line.

Step 4 – Enter the full name of your current landlord on the fourth line.

Step 5 – Enter the number of years you resided at your current address and the reason for moving out in the spaces provided on the fifth line.

Step 6 – Enter the street address, city, state, and zip code of your previous residence (where you lived before your current address) on the sixth line.

Step 7 – Enter the full name and phone number of your previous address on the seventh line.

Step 8 – Enter how long you have lived your previous address and the reason you moved out on the eight line.

Step 9 – Enter the year, make, model, and license plate number of your vehicle on the ninth line.

Step 10 – Enter the name of your employer, position you hold, and your income on the tenth line.

Step 11 – Enter the street address of your employer, the city of your employer, and the state your employer is in on the eleventh line.

Step 12 – Enter your employer’s phone number, how long you worked with your current employer, and list any other income sources you have in the appropriate spaces of the twelfth line.

Step 13 – The thirteenth line will contain two sets of checkbox questions. If you allow smoking in your home place a check in the first box on this line. If not, place a check in the second box of this line. The next question will ask you if you have ever been evicted. Answer this question by placing a checkmark in the box labeled “Yes” or placing one in the box labeled “No.”

Step 14 – Indicate if you have ever been convicted by checking “Yes” or “No.” If so, you must write out an explanation on the back of the form. If required, you may attach a document explaining this so long as it is signed and dated.

Step 15 – Enter the date you wish to move in and the number of pets you have on the appropriate spaces on the fifteenth line.

Step 16 – Enter the name of your bank, the branch you have an account, and the type of account you have on the sixteenth line. The seventeenth line will also be available for this.

Step 17 – Under the heading “Personal References,” you will list the references a landlord may call regarding your viability as a tenant. Each reference must have his or her name, number of years known, relationship to you, and phone number listed. Unless otherwise indicated, you must have three references.

Step 18 – On the next line, enter the number of adults that will be living with you and the number of children under 18 who will be living with you in the appropriate spaces.

Step 19 – Next enter the names of all other household members who will be applying for this unit with you and their relationship to you.

Step 20 – Sign and date your name beneath the verification and background/credit check consent paragraph.

Property Manager

Step 1 – At the bottom of the document, below the applicant’s signature line make sure to enter the amount of money the tenant must submit with the application on the first line. Then enter the non-refundable amount on the second blank.

Step 2 – If the applicant has submitted the amount noted on the first blank line of the document’s last paragraph has been received, place your initials in the space provided.