Thank you for considering using Apple Country Realty to rent your next home! We know that the rental market in our area is competitive, and we’re here to help you navigate the process. Please review the following steps to apply, then fill out the application and return it to us via email or postal service.

How to Apply

  1. Select a unit from our available list. Please be aware that our available rental units change often. Call us to schedule a site visit. Although we provide photos online to assist you in your search, we do not rent units until you have physically visited the property. Units cannot be held without your physical visit to the property, an approved application, and a security deposit.
  2. Complete an application. Click here for the application (PDF).
  3. Pay a non-refundable application fee of $20.00 per applicant or $40.00 per couple. Each person over 18 who will be living at the rental must fill out an application. Married couples may complete a joint application.


Be prepared to wait up to 48 hours while we process your application and verify your employment or source of income and your housing history. You must have an income of at least twice the monthly rent of the property you are applying for.

Credit requirements

You must meet Apple Country Realty’s credit requirements. Unacceptable credit may include collections, judgments, tax liens, or unpaid debt.

Security deposit

You must pay a security deposit in full and sign a lease within 48 hours of application approval. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of your application.

Pet deposit

If you have a pet, you must pay a non-refundable fee of $200.00 when you sign the lease, if a pet is accepted at your desired rental.

Renter’s Insurance

Please be aware that your personal property is not covered under the Landlord’s insurance policy. We highly recommend purchasing rental insurance to cover your personal items. We can recommend several local, reliable insurance companies that you can contact for quotes.

Please note: If you sign the lease but fail to take residency, you remain responsible for the terms of the executed lease.