Rental Application Documents
The location of the rental is:
810 East Boston Street, Seattle, WA 98102, USA.
When application is initiated by an interested renter the following documents will be provided to him/her:
City of Seattle Regulations for Landlords and Tenants
Copy of the proposed lease agreement with the stated rental rate, deposits & fees
House rules, defination of the space being leased and limitations to the uses of the spaces.
Causes for termination of the lease by us and costs to the tenant
These documents may be either obtained in person during the personal interview or online prior to the personal interview.
Rental Application and Fees
Rental Rates are based on a minimum stay of one month and a maximum stay of 1 year.
Stays longer than a year must be negotiated with a minimum stay of 3 months and in 3 month increments thereafter.
All stays require an approved application and application fee of $250 and a non refundable credit check fee of $100.
The entire application fee of $350 is non-refundable if the applicant is approved and does not sign a lease for the unit.
If the applicant signs a lease, $250 of the application fees will be applied to the required security deposit of $4,000, which is due prior to occupancy.
This security deposit will not be applied to the last month’s rent. The security deposit, less documented damages, missing furnishings or appliances and excessive cleaning requirements, will be returned to the tenant within 7 days of the end of the leased period.
If the tenant is involved in any criminal activity on the property or within the unit, the tenant will be subject to immediate eviction and loss of all rent paid in as well as the security deposit. Additional charges and legal fees may be charged to the tenant.
Rental Rates & Services
The unit rental rate is based on seasonal demand, cost of utilities and length of stay.
Month to Month Rental - (minimum stay of 3 months) $5,000 per month
Six Month Rental - $4,700 per month
One Year Rental - $4,500 per month
An Owner's Lease Agreement with the above stated rate, fees and deposits must be signed by the Tenant prior to occupancy.
It is the obligation and responsibility of the Tenant to seek legal advise prior to signing the Lease Agreement or any other documents involved with or required by the Owner prior to occupancy.
All amounts due (including security deposit, fees and first months rent) must be paid to the Owner prior to occupancy.
The rental amount is due on the first of the month and every subsequent month for the duration stated on the lease agreement.
A Late Rent payment fee of $100 will be charged to the Tenant for a rent payment made after the 3rd of the month.
The fee to the Tenant for a check returned to the Owner by the bank is $150.
The interest rate for late payment is the maximum of 12% per annum or the highest allowed by law not to exceed 19%.
The Tenant will be subject to all legal fees incurred by the Owner for efforts in the collection of rent, costs for damages and lost rent due to necessary repairs of damages to the rental unit.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we conform to all federal, state and local laws and rules required by those governments and their agencies. Please check with those agencies regarding your rights and ours.
Included in the rental rates:
Mandatory Housekeeping by our staff every other week (usually on Mondays).
Certain tenant requirements for this service are listed in the rental agreement
All utilities, including: Electrical Power, Natural Gas, Comcast Internet, DirecTV, Water, Sewer & Garbage
Extra programming or services through online subscriptions or through DirecTV will be charged to the Tenant.
Free off street parking for one automobile, (The owner reserves the right to park one vehicle or trailer in the shared parking area, otherwise the tenant may use both tandem stalls). The deck adjacent to the unit is considered a common area and therefore must remain as staged by the owner and may be used by the owner for maintenance purposes.
Other expenses incurred by the Owner, due to actions of the Tenant may be charged to the Tenant.