Town & Country Realty Property Management understands how difficult it can be to find good quality housing in our tight rental market. Our goal is to help you find a home that meets your needs - whether it's a short term month-to-month home, or a traditional long term lease, we look forward to helping you find a place to call "home!"
Frequently Asked Questions
We serve Corvallis, Albany, Philomath and surrounding areas.
We screen credit, employment and/or income, rental or mortgage payment history, criminal background, sex offender registry, bankruptcy search and eviction search. We evaluate every individual on a case-by-case basis. If an applicant has a concern, we will talk about rental possibilities considering each person's situation. Please see our Application Guidelines for further information and specifics.
This is the amount necessary to cover our costs to gain your background information and credit check. The screening fee is non-refundable.
We require applicants to have income in the amount of three times the monthly rent. Income can be from wages, salary, commission, tips, SSDI, child support, spousal support, food stamps or any combination of the above. We must verify each source. But there are other contributing factors for your final approval.
Depending on the circumstance we may deny your application, ask for a qualified co-signer or additional security deposit.
Some properties will take pets with an additional security deposit. We reserve the right to limit the number of pets and have a special "Pet Addendum" which we add to your lease.
Generally, new tenants must pay first month's rent and an equal amount in security deposit to move in. A small number of our properties have reduced security deposits.
It is a violation of Federal Fair Housing Law for us to make any comment on the neighborhood. We encourage you to drive by your property of interest and get a feel for the area. You may also visit the city of Corvallis website for more information on police reports and complaint calls for a specific address.
No. You must first tour the available property with a leasing agent before submitting an application for that specific unit.
Call the Property Management Division 541-757-1782. We will be happy to answer any questions you have. We will also conduct a brief phone interview to get a feel for your housing needs.
Some of our properties will accept Section 8. A Leasing Specialist will be able to tell you if the property will accept your voucher. We may also suggest comparable units that are already Section 8 approved.
If you have a question give us a call. We can help!