Wick-Mullins Property Management does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, disability or age.

Tenant will be required to meet with their property manager at the home they are leasing and/or at Wick Mullins Property Management’s office to pick up keys during normal office hours, and to participate in a 30 minute orientation prior to move-in.


We do not lease to:

  • Multiple families wishing to lease properties zoned as single family dwellings
  • Applicants that cannot furnish proof of employment
  • Applicants that falsify or omit information on their rental applications

Application fee is $46 per resident(s) 18 years of age or older.
We do not accept background checks or credit reports from other agencies in lieu of fees accompanying applications or in lieu of running our own reports.


Application fee must accompany application(s) prior to our running background check(s) for review and consideration for rental placement.
Applicant(s) income should be at least 3 times the rent; child support and social security income for dependent children are not considered in this computation.
Person(s) guaranteeing performance under the lease must be 18 years of age or older and will need to be a resident once the lease is in place.
All employed applicant(s) must submit copies of last two paycheck stubs with year to date information.
Self-employed applicants who have passed background checks will need to submit their last 3 months bank statements prior to final approval for a property.


Employment & Income

Prospective Tenant/Applicant must have:

  • Completed in full all contact information for Employment and Income verification
  • Applicant(s) should submit their last two paycheck stubs showing year to date figures
  • If applicant wants social security and/or disability income considered, a copy of the award letter and last check stub should be submitted for verification.

Rental History

Full contact information for prior rental properties must be completed
Unpaid balances
Unfavorable property condition at move-out Comparison of monthly mortgage amount to monthly rental amount
If prior rental history is not able to be verified or is unfavorable and owner accepts applicant an additional security deposit amount may be required.


We do not accept applicants (or other household members/residents) that have a criminal records within the last 5 years. This includes but is not limited to a conviction of:

  • Any felony, even a felony that is pled to a misdemeanor
  • Crimes against people or property
  • Crimes involving the use, manufacture, sale or distribution of controlled substances
  • Crimes involving solicitation or prostitution
  • Gun possession

However, it is the sole discretion of the property owner to qualify or disqualify an applicant or household member that has a minor offense on his/her record(s).

Credit report

Financial judgments and liens
No discharged bankruptcies
No unresolved tax liens
Credit scores below 580 may require additional security deposit amount. The client credit score is an indicator of their commitment level to financial obligations and is used to set a comfort level for expected financial performance under the lease.


Acceptance of pets are on a case by case basis and must be approved by owner and is strictly at owner’s preference
Pet deposit is $300.00 per pet under 25 lbs.; $500 per pet over 25 lbs.
Pet deposit is refundable
All cats are to be declawed and spayed or neutered
No aggressive breed dogs are allowed even temporarily on a property. This includes but is not limited to Boxer, Chow, Pit Bull, Staffordshire terrier, Doberman Pincer, Rottweiler, Mastiff and any mixed breed dog with these parentages.


After verification of information and completion of screening, applicant is presented to owner for final approval. This process takes no less than 2 work days to complete and may take longer depending on owner availability and the completeness of documentation and application information provided by applicant or applicant’s Realtor, as well as the response time from previous landlords and employers.

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