FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there reasons I would not qualify for a rebate?

  • Yes, if Texas Apartment Rebate doesn’t receive a referral fee, we can’t pay you.
  • You already live at the apartment property or you are renewing your existing lease
  • You already have a relationship with the property or (in some cases) a related property that is managed or owned by the same company.
  • You are or have been employed by the apartment property or a related property
  • You identified a source other than Texas Apartment Rebate as your referral to the property on any document or verbally to the property.
  • You have not fulfilled your lease commitment or you have not made timely rent payments
  • You have also used Texas Apartment Rebate service within 3 months of leasing your new apartment. You cannot break your lease and move to another apartment and expect a rebate.
  • The apartment community does not work with locators (if you find them on our database, we work with them. Sometimes brand new properties may not be listed yet, but we work with them. If you are unsure, contact your locator for info.
  • If for any reason we can not obtain our referral fee, we can not pay you a rebate.

Is there a fee for using this service?

All apartment finders in Texas are a free resource for you. Use a locator, even if it’s not usOur service is completely free and you will pay the same rent for your apartment whether you use our service, another locator service, or find an apartment on your own. Apartments pay us from their marketing budgets when we find a new renter for them. Do we work with every apartment? No, but we do work with most, about 98% of all Texas apartments. If you are interested in a specific apartment and are unsure if they work with us, please contact your locator. We will be happy to find out.

Does Texas Apartment Rebate offer a free move? 

Sorry, we do not offer a free move. Many companies offer free moves. Yes they will move certain items for free, but they also charge you for extra items. Many renters have experienced $200-300 in moving costs on a “Free Move”. Do your research on the on the terms of Free Move Sites. We recommend renting a U-Haul. Invite your friends and have a party moving. It will probably cost you less than $50 or $60 bucks. If you’re still in need of help, try a local moving company. You will help your local economy, and probably be surprised at the cost.


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