Frequently Asked Questions Have a question about life at The Waverley Apartments? Our staff is happy to try and answer any questions you may have about Indianapolis apartment life. Have a question that isn’t answered here? Call our office at 317-857-0095 to speak with a member of our management team today. Search FAQ What are your lease lengths? The Waverley offers leases ranging from 2 to 18 months. Speak with a leasing specialist to find out more about our current availability in Indianapolis. What kind of floor plans do you offer? The Waverley has floor plans that range from studio apartments to 2 bedroom townhomes. View our apartment units in person by scheduling an appointment, or see our floor plan layouts. What is your pet policy? Currently, The Waverley Residents are only allowed to keep cats as pets. There is a non-refundable fee in addition to a $20 per month fee for Residents with pets. Can I pay my rent online? Yes! To log into our current Resident portal to pay your rent or put in a maintenance request, view our Resident Information section. Do you let Residents break their lease? Yes. There is a fee of $3,000 to break a lease at any time, which will be lowered to $1,500 with a 60 day notice. Does The Waverley require a credit check? Yes, The Waverley and all other J.C. Hart apartment communities necessitate a credit check to be run during the application process. Do you charge an application fee? Yes. A fee of $250 per apartment is required which goes to the application, background screening, and processing charges related to renting a new apartment. Are there discounts available for students, elderly Residents, or military members? J.C. Hart is pleased to be an Equal Housing Opportunity Provider, but at this time we do not offer those discounts. Does The Waverley provide income-based housing? No, we do not provide income-based housing. Does The Waverley allow Residents to pay the entirety of their lease upfront? No, we do not allow our Residents to prepay their full lease. Rent must be paid on a monthly basis on the first of each month.