On January 25, 2023, the Biden-Harris Administration announced new actions to increase fairness in the rental market and further principles of fair housing. The Blueprint for a Renters Bill of Rights proposes a set of guidelines to protect the rights of renters. The proposed guidelines include ensuring access to affordable and safe housing, protecting tenants from unjust evictions, preventing discrimination against renters, and promoting transparency in the rental process. The blueprint also suggests measures to address issues related to security deposits, repairs, and maintenance of rental properties. The goal of the proposed bill of rights is to provide a fair and equitable rental market that benefits both landlords and renters, and to address the power imbalance between them.
Once the application is fully signed by all parties, the Property Manager will coordinate a time for when keys can be picked up from our office.
Once all move out requirements are met, the tenants must return the keys with proper documentation to our office during regular business hours.
Yes, but every roommate must apply and be approved. Upon approval, each roommate is responsible for their own security deposit of $1,000
No. Due to not being able to do a full black light inspections or evaluate pet damage to the yard or house (basement, flooring, walls, etc), we will not reduce rent or give back pet deposit until move out.
Regular inspections of the property are completed by the property manager once every quarter. We will coordinate these property inspections 1-2 weeks prior. If tenant is unable to be home, we will access the property using the key we have at our office. They will last no longer than 5 minutes.
We do! Either call the Property Management staff member or the Property Manager. Contact information will be given once applications are approved.
Call or text the number on the listing directly. Once we receive a request, we will coordinate a time to show you the property. Please note that we are required to provide current tenants at occupied properties at least 24 hours notice prior to scheduled showings.
We do not increase rent during the duration of your lease. However, upon the property owner’s request and relevant market conditions we may increase rent if lease is renewed.
We do not allow pets in most of our properties. However, owners have the right to accept or deny pets on a case by case basis. If you do have a pet, you will be charged an extra deposit and extra rent per month.