Minnesota Rental Application Form

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The Minnesota Rental Application Form provides a valuable service to landlords and property managers seeking tenants to rent a residential property to. Oftentimes, a property manager may be overwhelmed with the number of inquiries regarding an available property, especially if it is particularly affordable, in a good area, or otherwise generally desired by property rental seekers. Regardless of how many inquiries are made any successful property manager will attest that being organized and running a clear-cut and transparent application process can save one a lot of heartache and even potentially protect one from needless lawsuits filed by disgruntled non-qualifying applicants or opportunists.

The benefit of having an available preset form is simple. It will gather all the information rental applicant needs to present, give the applicant an opportunity to testify the information is accurate, and provide the applicant with the means to give consent to the Landlord to run necessary reference, background, and credit checks. Moreover, since all the same type of information is located in the same area of the document across the applications, the property manager will not need to waste time locating it. Ultimately this will speed up the application process.

When filling out this application, applicants are encouraged to gather and double check their records and references. Applicants should also set aside an appropriate amount of time to fill this form out. This will promote a neat and accurate document which will serve in presenting relevant information in an attractive manner.

How to Write

Step 1 – In the section, “Your Information,” enter your full name and phone number in the spaces provided on the first line.

Step 2 – On the second line of the “Your Information” section, enter your social security number and date of birth.

Step 3 – On the third line of the “Your Information” section, enter your driver’s license number and the state it was issued in the space provided. Once this is done proceed to the section below this on the left (“Current Address”)

Step 4 – In the column labeled “Current Address,” enter the Street Address, Apartment Number, City, State, and Zip code of where you presently maintain a residence in the spaces provided.

Step 5 – In the column, “Current Address,” locate the line starting with “Landlord’s Name” then report your current Landlord’s Name and Phone Number, your reason for moving, your current Monthly Rent, and the date range of your residency in the spaces provided in this column (in this order).

Step 6 – The rest of the “Current Address” column will have some questions with Yes/No boxes. They will require you to divulge if you are renting at the current address you listed, if your name is on the lease, and if you have given written notice to leave. Once this is done processed to the column on the right labeled “Previous Address.”

Step 7 – In the column, “Previous Address,” enter the Street Address, Apartment Number, City, State, and Zip Code of the residence you lived in before your current address.

Step 8 – Fill in the rest of the “Previous Address Column” with the previous Landlord’s Name, Phone Number, the reason you moved from there, your monthly rent in that residence, and the date range that covers the time you lived there.

Step 9 – This column will have Yes/No questions similar to the ones in the previous column. Simply mark “Yes” or “No” to indicate if you rented from this residence, if your name was on the lease, and if you gave written notice before leaving.

Step 10 – The next section is titled “Your Current Employment.” Here, fill out the name of your current employer along with the address, city, state, and zip code of where your employment is located and your supervisor’s name in the left column.

Step 11 – In the right column of “Your Current Employment,” enter the position you hold there, the date of when you started, your employer’s phone number, and your monthly salary (indicate if this is a gross or net amount by checking the appropriate box).

Step 12 – The next section, “Your Personal History” will have several Yes/No boxes. The first column will ask if you have ever been asked to leave a premises or if you’ve ever been evicted, if you have ever declared bankruptcy, and if you have ever declared bankruptcy.

Step 13 – The second column of “Your Personal History” will ask if you have ever broken a rental agreement, if you have ever been sued for nonpayment of rent, or if you have a felony conviction. Simply mark “Yes” or “No” to indicate your answers.

Step 14 – The next section is “Your Vehicle.” Here enter the Make, Model, Color, License Plate Number, and the issuing state.

Step 15 – List the full names and ages of all individuals who will live with you in the “Other Residents” section.

Step 16 – The next section is labeled “In Case of Emergency.” Here, report the Name, Phone Number, Address, City, and State of an individual who should be contacted in the case of an emergency.

Step 17 – The last section of this application will feature a paragraph that state’s your verification that all the information you presented is true and consent allowing the receiving party to run a background, credit, and reference check. The line below this should have the Rent Amount for the property being applied to, the required Security Deposit amount, the Lease Term, and the Move-In Date fill in. Below this, sign your name and date the signature. Make sure the Non-Refundable Application Fee is filled out below this.


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