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Criteria & Application
Please review the following Cooperative Applicant Criteria. Upon application and credit approval, we will provide you with a list of available units to contact the selling Member.Double-click here to edit the text.
A minimum yearly income of $25,000 is required for all individuals under 62 years of age PLUS $1,500 for each dependent (child, mom, dad, non-working spouse, disabled child). Single people living together must qualify individually at $25,000. Retired people, i.e., retired/and or 62 years of age and older need a minimum of $15,000 per year PLUS $1,500 for each dependent.

Bonuses and overtime are not considered. Child support will be considered if payment is through the court, or individual provides copies of the last twelve (12) months of child support checks. Alimony is not accepted. A verified current second income from another employer will be considered if income is verified from the same employer for the previous twelve (12) months.
If a married couple has only one income, the head of household must earn at least $25,000 PLUS $1,500 for the non-working spouse, and each dependent or disabled child.
If married and both spouses are employed, one spouse must earn at least $20,000, and the other spouse must earn at least $5,000, to meet the minimum income requirement of $25,000, PLUS $1,500 for each dependent or disabled child.
Each person must qualify individually at $25,000 PLUS $1,500 for each dependent or disabled child, in the event that one person is the parent of a dependent or disabled child that will reside in the unit. 
Retired and/or 62 years of age and older need a minimum income of $15,000 per year (interest income, pension, social security, etc.),PLUS $1,500 for each dependent.
Paycheck stubs will serve as Employer verification. Additional verifications include at least two most recent paycheck stubs, last year’s verified W-2 or 1040, divorce decree or separation papers if applicable and any information deemed necessary.
Acceptable income includes permanent disability income and part time employment from the same employer for the previous twelve (12) months.
Working individuals applying the Membership must demonstrate that they have worked in the same profession for a period of five (5) years or more unless documentation is provided indicating that the individual has recently graduated.
Applicant must meet a weekly leftover requirement after obligations (bills) and taxes are paid as follows (for living expenses such as food, insurance, utilities, etc.):
Left-over amount is 40% of the gross monthly income with the majority of the current debt, i.e., 51%, to be paid in full within one year or less.
Eighty percent (80%) of all credit must receive an A-1 credit (R-1, I-1).
Collections will be considered if the collection is a ‘paid collection’ for at least 6 months.
A judgment will be considered if the judgment is a ‘paid judgment.’
Medical collections will be considered based on the circumstances surrounding the medical collection regardless of the amount.

A bankruptcy or foreclosure will be considered if it is at least 2 years old and the applicant has demonstrated that they have re-established their credit. NOTE: payment of bills in cash during this 2 year period does not demonstrate that credit has been satisfactorily re-established.
2 Bedroom – 4 persons
3 Bedroom – 6 persons
“Family” does not include a collateral relationship, unless legal guardianship has been established. Co-applicants do not have to be related.
Landlord or mortgager must verify the applicant is in good standing with a timely payment record for the lease or mortgage period. Applicant may own a home at time of application, but a pledge must be signed stating they will occupy and reside in the unit along with only those Members listed on the application.
Investment Property
Applicants may own investment property. If a mortgage remains on the investment property, consideration must be made as to the ability to pay both the mortgage note and carrying charges regardless of whether or not the investment property is leased in an amount that is equal to or exceeds the monthly mortgage payment.
Background checks will be done for all applicants and dependents over 18 years old.
These criteria are available for downloading and printing.
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