Most rental applications include a section for the names and phone numbers of each person applying to rent the property, along with spaces for employment details and past rental history. Some applications also ask for personal references or for Social Security numbers in order to run background and credit checks.Continue Reading
The first piece of information a rental application typically requests is the personal information of all people who plan to live in the property, though some applications place the focus on a single person and include a later section for the names of other occupants. Many applications also ask for the current address of the applicant along with her Social Security number. While some landlords accept copies of a credit score, many insist on running a new credit to confirm the accuracy of the information. The application may also ask for the name, address and phone number of the applicant's current employer.
Another important area of rental applications is the rental history. In this section, the applicant includes the move-in and move-out dates for her previous residences, along with contact information for the landlord of each property. Some applications ask questions about rental history, including any evictions. Rental applications commonly also ask about aspects such as pet ownership or smoking.Learn more about Real Estate