Are utilities included in my rent?
How much will the utilities cost me?
What is required to move in?
Philadelphia Properties: we require first month, last month, and security deposit (which is equal to one month’s rent) prior to move-in. There is also a $55 move in/multi-family dwelling fee charged at lease signing.
Delco Properties: we typically DO NOT require last month’s rent but DO require first month, and security deposit (equal to one month’s rent) prior to move-in
In all cases, the security deposit is typically one month’s rent with the possibility of increased security and/or fees if you have pets or fall within our conditional range after we complete your financial review.
How can I pay?
When should I start looking for my next apartment?
How do I make an appointment to see a unit?
Please let us know when you would like to move, your price range, ideal neighborhood, and any “must haves” (hardwood floors, in unit washer dryer, dishwasher, central air etc) our team will match you with the perfect apartment.
Appointments are made on a first come first serve basis and can be made for evenings and weekends depending on availability.
How much is the application fee?
The application fee is $50 for each applicant. All occupants must fill out an application. This fee should be submitted along with the applications, copies of each person’s photo ID, proof of income, and deposit to hold the unit.
Do you accept pets?
In Delco, We allow one cat with an extra $25.00 per month fee. That pet fee does not cover damage or cleaning costs upon move out.
Service or support animals with proper documentation are not considered pets and are evaluated on a case by case basis in accordance with ADA and Fair Housing.
Do I really need Renters Insurance?
As your lease states, you are required to carry All Risk Insurance for contents of the apartment belonging to the Lessee and a minimum of $100,000 liability insurance naming William Penn Realty Group, Agent for Owner, as additional insured. This will cover said apartment with fire, theft, flood, etc., as Lessor is not responsible for said contents.