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Tenants FAQS

Below are some FAQS that you need to be aware of.

What is your payment policy?

All rent is due on the first of the month with a grace period to the fifth. Rent paid on the sixth of the month or later is additionally charged with a late fee of $50.

How do I view a property?

Call our office at 405-293-4162 or email us at

How do I apply for a property?

If you have not previously mailed or faxed us the online application, you will then fill out the application form. The normal turnaround time for an application is three days. At that time, we will contact you with additional requirements (varying depending upon property.)

Who must complete an application and what are the requirements?

All adults age 18 and over must present photo identification and complete an application. The income requirement is 3 times the monthly rent. We will check your landlord and employment references to determine your ability to pay the rent on time and to take care of the property. You must also have minimum of 6 months to one year of employment history.

How much is the security deposit?

Usually the security deposit is equal to one month’s rent.

What will I owe at move in?

The balance of the one-month’s rent and the security deposit is due at move-in regardless of the day of the month. If you move in during the middle of a month the prorated rent charge will be due on the first day of the second month you are in the property.

What are the standard lease periods?

Leases are for a period of 12 Months.

Do you run a credit check on every applicant?

We do run a credit check on all our applicants, even when your credit is good. This process is necessary for us, and a benefit to our applicants in that a credit check can sometimes uncover false, incorrect or outdated information in your credit report that you will want to address.

What about smoking?

We do not allow smoking inside of any property that we manage. Smoking can damage sensitive building materials and become an allergen to the tenants that occupy homes after the smoking party has left. By smoking inside of the property, you run the risk of eviction and lawsuit. Therefore, this policy is in force for any tenant that allows any smoking inside their residence. This includes, friends, family, guests, etc. If you are a smoker, or nonsmoker, and do not wish to pay for property damages that come from smoking, please do not allow smoking in your residence.

What About Roommates?

Roommates will be subject to the same move-in procedures, background checks and requirements as our primary tenants. Roommates may not be moved in without prior written permission and a thorough check is completed and accepted by Property Works.