The eApply system will build your application package dynamically based on the building requirements and applicant party members added the application upon creation. Eligible applicant party members include applicant, any co-applicant(s), guarantor(s), adult occupant(s), unit owner(s), brokers and attorneys. At least one applicant (buyer, lessee, etc.) and one unit owner are required to create the application, however all applicants that are intended to be included in this transaction should be set up at the beginning of the application process in order for the system to create the necessary forms and calculate the required fees properly.
Once an application is created, the system will generate an e-mail for all parties included on the application. This e-mail will include the party’s system generated username and password as well as a direct link to their online application. All parties will be required to log into the eApply with these credentials to verify their account and authorize their e-signature.
GATHER THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOU START:
Information required to create the application:
- Apartment/Unit Number
- Contact information for all named applicants: Full legal names, contact phone numbers and a valid email address
Information required to complete the application:
- Personal Identification Information for all named applicants: Social Security number, birth date and home address.
- Financial information for all named applicants: including electronic copies (PDF form) of bank and investment statements, tax returns, employment verification, reference letters, contracts of sale, lease agreements, loan applications and commitments. If you are not able to obtain electronic copies of these required documents the system provide the option to print bar-coded cover sheets that can be attached to the printed documents and mailed in for review.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SECURITY
By default neither the unit owner(s) nor their agent(s) are able to view any of the applicant's proprietary personal or financial information. However, the applicant or the applicant's broker will have the ability to grant the unit owner(s) or their agent(s) access to your forms for review or to assist in their completion. The applicant can retract this authorization at any time.