With this type of raise at my job should it be sufficient when looking for an apartment?

I recently received a pretty substantial raise at work. I am an Accountant and we have a base pay year round and are paid overtime during tax season. The overtime during tax season along with the base pay makes up my annual salary and is pretty accurate since the estimated overtime is 20 hours extra per week.

Now with my raise, my annual salary, if divided by 12 months would equate to enough to get a decent apartment. The issue i feel that might come up is that the base pay (40hr per week) would give the impression i make less annually. I know most apartments require you to make 3x the rent per month but if my annual salary would equate to more than 3x the rent per month if multiplied by 12 months should that be sufficient to get approved for the apartment?

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I just don’t want to pay for application fees if its a lost cause.

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I recently received a pretty substantial raise at work. I am an Accountant and we have a base pay year round and are paid overtime during tax season. The overtime during tax season along with the base pay makes up my annual salary and is pretty accurate since the estimated overtime is 20 hours extra per week. Now with my raise, my annual salary, if divided by 12 months would equate to enough to get a decent apartment. The issue i feel that might come up is that the base pay (40hr per week) would give the impression i make less annually. I know most apartments require you to make 3x the rent per month but if my annual salary would equate to more than 3x the rent per month if multiplied by 12 months should that be sufficient to get approved for the apartment? ā€‹ I just don’t want to pay for application fees if its a lost cause. submitted by /u/Gobirds_95 [link] [comments]

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