What are the benefits of renting with ResiHome?
At ResiHome, we make rental life easy and convenient. We professionally manage beautiful homes in great neighborhoods across the U.S and provide them at affordable rental prices. We offer our residents an easy-to-use, online portal to pay rent, submit maintenance requests, and view their resident account. Our residents maintain the home as if their own, but we even take care of those big maintenance issues. Another bonus – we’re pet-friendly!
Are your homes new or renovated?
We offer our residents the opportunity to rent newly-constructed homes or newly renovated homes located in top neighborhoods and communities, including dedicated rental communities. You get to pick whichever suits you and your family best!
How do I find a home where I want to live?
It’s easy! Click here to find a home>>
Can I transfer from one ResiHome property to another?
Of course! That being said, you will have to go through the application process for approval to ensure that you financially qualify for the home. However, you won’t have to pay another application fee if you switch properties, so long as the transfer request is completed within 48 hours after receiving application approval.
Do you allow pets?
Yes, we love pets! Please note that pets are subject to approval and there is a one-time pet fee. View our Pet Restrictions >>
Do you accept Section 8 (government vouchers)?
No, we do not accept Section 8 vouchers at this time. If you have any further questions, please contact our leasing team at 866-500-7064.
How do I apply to rent one of your homes?
First, make sure you’ve read through our rental qualifications. View our Rental Qualifications>>
Then click the “Apply Now” button on the property listing you are interested in and complete our Secure Online Application form! Please note that the application fee is non-refundable.
How long will my application take to process?
Please allow up to 2 business days for your application to process and receive approval from reporting services i.e. criminal background check and credit history.
What leasing fees are associated with renting a home?
There can be additional financial responsibilities that go beyond the rent payment itself, however, these charges will be listed on your lease before you sign, and vary per community. If you have any additional questions about leasing fees, please contact one of our Leasing Agents.
When can I move into my home with ResiHome?
While the move-in timeline varies based on when the application is processed, our residents usually experience an average turnaround time of two to three weeks from the start of the application process until move-in day. View the Rental Process >>
Is there an income requirement, or any other requirements to apply?
Yes. The gross monthly income of all leaseholder(s) will be considered jointly and should equal 3 times the rental rate of the home. View our Rental Qualifications>>
How important is my credit score in my application?
Although our decision is not solely based on credit, credit history should show that the resident has paid bills on time and does not have a history of debt write-offs or collection accounts. Any money owed to a previous landlord or to any utility company is cause for denial. Residency may also be denied due to poor credit history. Click here for our list of qualifications >>
Do I have to have renters insurance to rent with ResiHome?
Yes! You are required to provide us with a copy of your Renters Insurance Declarations page, showing proof of coverage at your new address and showing ResiHome as Additional Insured, with a minimum of $100,000 in Liability Insurance. We also encourage you to get Personal Property Coverage as well for your personal belongings. A copy of your Renters Insurance will need to be provided to ResiHome every year at renewal.
What happens if my application is declined?
Unfortunately, we cannot discuss the nature of your denial. Please contact Transunion at 888-710-0270 and reference “Application through ResiHome.”
Can I Add a Co-Signer to a denied application?
Yes, you can add a Co-Signer to your denied application, so long as the co-signer is making 4.5x the rent price and has a 600+ credit score.