Alaska Rental Application


An Alaska rental application is a legal document landlords utilize to gather information about prospective tenants interested in renting a property. Selecting an unsuitable tenant can result in inconvenience or significant issues. This form, adhering to the state’s landlord-tenant laws, offers a legally compliant approach to tenant selection. Despite being only two (2) pages long, the application provides comprehensive information that, combined with background checks, enables landlords to make informed decisions about potential tenants.

State Laws

Maximum Application Fee: Not specified. The Alaska Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act does not include statutes limiting the amount a landlord can charge for processing a rental application

Security Deposits (§ 34.03.070(a)): Under ordinary circumstances, landlords can request up to two (2) months’ rent as a security deposit. However, if the monthly rent exceeds $2,000, landlords may require tenants to pay more than two (2) months’ rent as a security deposit.

Required Information

To complete the rental application form, prospective tenants must provide the following details:

  • Contact information (name(s), phone number(s), email, birth date, social security number, and driver’s license number)
  • Vehicle information
  • Additional occupants (full name(s) and relationship(s))
  • Rental history
  • Employment history
  • Income information
  • References and emergency contact(s)
  • Miscellaneous questions
  • Source (how the tenant became aware of the rental property)
  • Signature and date