Thank you for your interest in BKD Homes LLC! We look forward to receiving your application for tenancy. Here we will guide you through the process to make it as easy as possible. Anyone interested in an apartment must fill out an application. Once we have your application we can put all approved applicants in line for the next available apartment. Below you will find frequently asked questions for the application process.
Where do I get an application for tenancy?
There are two ways to get an application. You can download an application by clicking here. If you do not have access to a printer then you can pick up an application at the Market Street Apartments 210 S Market St in Winamac. Just inside the front door there is a bulletin board with applications available.
Where do I send the application once it is completed?
The completed applications can then be mailed to BKD Homes LLC 210 S Market St Unit 6, Winamac, IN 46996 or they can be dropped off in the white drop box next to the applications at the Market Street Apartments at 210 S Market St in Winamac.
How will I know the status of my application?
If you submitted an application when there is no apartments available the application is good for three months and you will be contacted to see if you are still looking for housing. If you applied when there is a vacancy you will be contacted for a showing as long as it is still available. Once the apartment has been rented all other applicants will be contacted and applications retained for the remainder of the three months.
Can I apply for tenancy even if there are no apartments available?
Yes, we accept applications anytime and will keep them for 3 months. After 3 months you will be contacted to see if you are still looking for an apartment or if the application is no longer needed.
What is your resident selection criteria?
BKD Homes LLC and this rental community fully adhere to State and Federal Fair Housing Laws (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 as amended by the Housing Community Development Act of 1974 and The Fair Housing Amendment Act of 1988) which stipulate that it is illegal to discriminate against any person because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, status with regard to receipt of public assistance, disability, or familial status. For the full selection criteria see page two of the application or click here.