Rules and Regs for Tenants
Lessee(s) are responsible for any HOA fees and/or fines (if applicable). Warning letters are issued to our office before fines are assessed.
Rent is due on the 1st of every month. It is considered late if not received by 5:00 PM on the 5th of the month and late fees will be added. Weekends or holidays are not taken into consideration and fees will accumulate until rent is received in full.
The community manager will schedule a walk-through every 4-6 months. If the property is not maintained, it may result in legal action per lease terms.
Lessee(s) are required to complete a move-in inventory and condition form. If inventory & condition form has not been completed, signed & returned within 72 hours, the tenant is acknowledging that there are no issues at the property and will be held accountable for any damages at move-out.
If there are any eviction filings, lessees are responsible for all charges.
Tenants shall change A/C and heating filters monthly. The landlord may perform inspections of these. Tenant is responsible for damage caused by negligence. There are groups that will do this for you for a small fee. Let us know if you would like to learn more.
Tenants must protect pipes from freezing during cold weather. (Ex; dripping the faucets.) Any resulting damage will be charged to the tenant.
Repair, maintenance and damages to all appliances, ceiling fans and garage doors are the responsibility of the tenant.
Pest control, lawn, shrub and tree maintenance are the tenant’s responsibility. Let us know if you would like recommendations for groups that can help with this task. We home great relationships with vendors.
Replacing light bulbs is the tenant’s responsibility.
Minor plumbing clogs caused by tenant is the tenant’s responsibility.
Tenant is responsible for pool maintenance (if applicable).
No smoking is allowed.
Unless otherwise provided in writing from the Landlord, no more than 2 vehicles are allowed at the property.
Please reach out to us immediately should an emergency situation occur. An emergency issue is one that is dangerous, hazardous, or could cause damage to the property or your personal wellbeing without immediate attention. Emergency situations include no power, flooding, broken pipe or no heat when the outside temperature drops below 50 degrees. If there is ever a life-threatening event, please call 911.