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How to Apply Online

#1: Find the property you are interested in through our available properties page and note the property address that you will use on the application.
 

#2: Please read through our tenant qualifications to be sure you will qualify for the property.  Application fees are not refundable so please be sure you meet the qualifications before applying.

 

#3: Gather the things you will need for the application including driver's license and pay stubs.

#4: Call the office to check if the property is available.  If a pending application has not been approved or if the application is approved but the deposit has not been paid the property will still appear on the website.  Priority will be given to the first approved application but a completed application does not hold a property.  A paid deposit will take the property off the market.

#5: Once your application is approved you will need to make arrangements to pay the deposit as soon as possible.   You can pay the deposit at our office with a check or money order or we can send a link for you to make an online payment.  We will not hold a property based on a completed application.  A property remains available until the deposit is paid for an approved application.

#6: Complete one online application for each adult who plans to live at the property and pay the $35 per application fee.  No refunds will be given if your application is denied.

#7: All pets must be negotiated prior to the lease agreement being signed.  All applicants (even those with no pets) are required to register their information through the pet screening link below.  Households with no pets or assistance animals are free to register.  Households with pets will be charged $25 per pet to set up a profile.

#8: All CWPM tenants are required to purchase renters insurance and keep it active throughout their tenancy.  A $100,000 minimum policy is required and the owner of the property and Colorado West Property Management must be listed as additionally insured.  Tenants must provide proof of insurance prior to moving in.