Frequently Asked Questions
A signed lease is required.
While we love pets, we do have a No Pet Policy.
To receive an application, please Contact Us.
All prospective adult occupants must be present at the apartment showing.
Each prospective adult occupant must complete an application and all supporting documents.
1 bedroom apartments are limited to a maximum of 2 occupants.
2 bedroom standard apartments are limited to a maximum of 3 occupants.
2 bedroom deluxe apartments are limited to a maximum of 4 occupants.
Q: Does Town & Country Apartments require an application?
A: Yes, before being able to lease an apartment, all potential adult occupants must complete and return an application and the required supporting documents to Town & Country Apartments for processing. An application can be obtained by scheduling an appointment with Town & Country Apartments.
Q: Does Town & Country Apartments require a lease?
A: Yes, Town & Country Apartments does require a lease. Once a prospective occupant has completed the application process and been approved, an appointment to sign the lease will be scheduled. At the lease signing, which lasts approximately 1 hour, the entire lease and all supporting documents will be reviewed and explained in detail by a member of Town & Country Apartments.
Q: Do your apartments have appliances?
A: Yes, appliances are provided in our apartments. Appliances provided do vary from complex to complex, with all apartments including, at a minimum, a stove/oven and refrigerator. From there, appliances provided, depending on the complex, may include a microwave, dishwasher, and an in-unit washer & dryer. For all units that do not have in-unit washers & dryers, community washers and dryers are provided on location. Only tenants have access to their respective complex's community washers and dryers.
Q:What utilities are included in the rent?
A: Water, sewer, and garbage are included in the rent. The tenant is responsible for the electric bill and, if the tenant wishes to have such services, the TV and internet bills.
Have more questions?
Please feel free to contact us. We would be more than happy to assist you, and answer any questions you may have.