Apartment hunting can be both fun and challenging! Finding an apartment that’s affordable, in a good location and up to your living standards are just the first things you need to worry about when choosing the perfect apartment. Whether you’re a first-time apartment renter, or you’ve been in the game for a while, you’ll want to ask some important questions before you sign a lease and collect your keys. We’ve put together the top twelve questions renters should ask property managers BEFORE signing a lease.
Application fee, security deposit (based upon screening results), first month's rent, and any pet related deposit/rent.
No, residents are billed back for water, sewer and trash.
Maximum of two pets per home. Breed restrictions apply (please contact office for details), no weight restrictions. Pet deposit and pet rent apply.
Guests are welcome! However, if they plan on staying for more than 10 consecutive days, or more than 20 days in a 12-month period, they must first apply to be screened and qualify to be a lease holder.
Yes, with a minimum of $100,000 liability and the property to be listed as an additional interested party.
Online or in person.
24 hour on call emergency, and placing work order online or within the office.
Yes, at the major street, approximately two blocks away.
When rent is increased, it is at the end of a lease term. Amount of increases may vary.
One reserved space per unit, all other parking is street or unreserved spaces. Garages available to rent.
Yes! Major renovations scheduled for 2021 to include siding repairs, select deck replacements, full property painting, and other improvements.
Yes, equal to the amount of 1.5x the rent.