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.
Varies based on the outcome of the application.
Residents are responsible for gas and electricity.
Two pet limit per unit, 75 lbs weight limit, $40-$50 monthly pet fee per pet, $500 pet deposit per pet, breed restrictions apply.
Occupancy by guests remaining over three consecutive days or more than five days in any calendar quarter will be considered to be a violation for the leaseholder.
Renters insurance is recommended, not required.
Rent can be paid via personal check, cashiers check, money order or online payment via debit, credit or e-check.
Repair requests are submitted by the resident to the office in writing. There is an after hours maintenance emergency line for any after hours emergencies.
Varies based on the market as well as the residents change of income.
Secured parking lot.
Building was just built in 2022.
Resident is responsible for the full term of the lease if broken unless the unit becomes re-rented.