The Nevada rental application form enables landlords and property managers to verify the identity, rental history, and financial standing of prospective tenants prior to signing a lease. If an individual is interested in renting the landlord’s property, they will need to fill out and sign this form, whereby giving the landlord permission to access their credit score and criminal history. In the document, the applicant will be asked to provide their rental history, employment information, and personal references, as well as a list of cohabitants and pets. After reviewing the individual’s application and credit score, the landlord will be able to reach a decision as to whether they will be a suitable tenant.
Maximum Fees ($)
Application Fee – Not mentioned in state statutes.
Pet Deposit – Not mentioned in state statutes.
Security Deposit (NRS 118A.242(1)) – Three (3) months’ rent.