Your passport, drivers license, or other form of state ID will work.
Download your most recent statements through your online banking account.
Though not a hard and fast rule, many property owners require a minimum annual income of 40 times the monthly rent and a credit score of 700 to vet prospective tenants.
This is a letter from your employer or HR department stating your position in the company, start date, and salary amount.
Request this from your HR department. If your company uses an online databse like ADP Workforce or Justworks, you can log into your account and easily download those documents straight to your computer.
This is a reference you can request from your previous property owner, and demonstrates that you've paid rent on time in the past.
You can get a digital copy from your accountant or tax prep software.
If you cannot provide any of the documents above, speak to your agent to explore some alternatives — anything that proves you have sufficent financial assets to pay the rent will help your case!.