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TWELVE at U District?
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What is included in the rent?
All utilities are the resident's responsibilities.
Is smoking allowed?
TWLEVE at U District is a smoke-free community. We do not permit smoking in the apartments or inside the buildings.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are not allowed at TWELVE at U District. Please contact the Leasing Center for additional details.
What is a live work apartment?
A live work apartment is a space designed specifically for someone looking for both an apartment, and an office space for their small business. These massive studio apartments have ample space to live and work.
How can I make a payment?
We accept checks, money orders and cashier’s checks in our office made payable to the community name. As an alternative payment option we also accept credit card, debit cards and ACH payments online at acc.mriresidentconnect.com/?community=226 for your convenience. We are unable to accept cash.
Do you send me a bill every month?
No, bills are not sent to residents each month, but you may see payment reminders posted around the property.
When is rent due?
Rent payments are are due on the 1st of every month per the payment schedule outlined in the lease agreement.
Can I print an application from the website?
You can access the printable PDF version of the application by clicking the “APPLY NOW!” link at the top of each page then selecting "Apply by mail" at the top of the page.
Can I fill out an application online?
You can access the online application by clicking the “Apply Now” link at the top of every page.
When is a guarantor required?
A guarantor is required for all applicants that do not meet our credit requirements.
What paperwork is required with a guarantor?
The guarantor will need to sign the guaranty agreement. If the resident is not of legal age to execute a contract, the guarantor will be required to sign both the lease and guaranty agreement.
Can I be my own guarantor?
A resident can act as their own guarantor if they can show documentation as outlined in the lease agreement that they have income greater than three times the rental installment.