2937 NW 44th St for rent in Oklahoma City, OK

Welcome to this charming 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom cozy home with wood floors and a large yard. Nestled in a tranquil neighborhood, this property offers a comfortable and inviting living space. As you step inside, you'll be greeted by the warmth of the wood floors, creating a cozy and rustic ambiance throughout the home. We offer a $0 Security Deposit Move in option. This is a security deposit waiver program. Let us know if you have any questions about the program to save you money at move in. The monthly fee is based on the highest credit score in your household and will be a between 3% and 10% of your monthly rent each monthplus a sign up fee of $50. You can also opt to pay the full security deposit at move in on some properties. You will need to pay your first months rent when approved if you opt for the Security Deposit Waiver program. This home does not accept housing assistance programs. Tenant is responsible for all utilities as well as lawn care. Integrity Oklahoma does not advertise on Craigslist or Facebook. We will never ask you to wire money or pay with gift cards. Please report Fraudulent ads to your Property Manager. Verify all information with one of our property managers which are listed on our website at integrityokc.com prior to leasing or paying any deposit for a property. The property owner will NEVER contact you to lease or view this home. We do not accept Zillow applications or any other third party applications. All applications must be processed through Integrityokc.com There is a Lease Prep fee of $75 that is due at the time of lease signing. Remember to set up a showing just visit integrityokc.com and fill out the contact us form on the property page for this home! We will then request some additional info to enable us to set up a showing with you right away!

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