FAQ

Does Fireside Park allow full-time students to be on the lease?

Yes, as long as there is at least one person in the household that is not a full-time student.

How do I calculate my gross annual income?

We calculate gross annual income by adding annual salary, typical overtime hours and all other forms of income including but not limited to commission, bonuses, unemployment, disability, monthly bank interest, child support, etc.

Does the property accept housing vouchers?

Yes, Fireside Park accepts Housing Choice Voucher.

Does Fireside Park accept co-signers?

No, due to the income qualification process, Fireside Park is unable to accept co-signers.

Do all occupants have to be listed on the lease?

Yes, all household members must be listed on the application. Additional occupants over the age of 18 must fill out a separate rental application and pay applicable fees.

How does Fireside Park verify an applicant's income?

Income is verified using a combination of bank statements, 4-6 pay-stubs, verification of employment, and verification of any other income that pertains to an applicant's household.

What information should I bring when applying to live at Fireside Park?

  • Last two months of pay-stubs for any occupant over the age of 18
  • Social Security Card(s) for all occupants
  • Birth certificate(s) for all occupants
  • State issued ID(s) for all occupants
  • $25 application fee, per person, in the form of a money order
INCOME GUIDELINE CALCULATOR

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