As a property owner client when can I expect to see my payout ?
Payouts should arrive in your bank account, if you signed up for direct deposit, on or before the 15th of each month.
As new property management client when will I receive my first payment?
It depends to a large degree on what day of the month in which your home is leased. All funds received and paid out between the first and last day of the month should be available in your bank account, assuming you signed up for direct deposit, before the 15th day of the following month.
Do I have to maintain communications with the tenant ever?
No, We will not give the tenant access to your contact info. We discourage any contact with tenants as often times it makes our duties difficult to complete.
Do you pay our mortgage, insurance and property taxes?
No, we do not provide this service. We will however pay all other expenses.
Do you require tenants to carry renters insurance?
Yes, we require tenants to carry insurance and name us as an additional insured.
Do you require us to name the management company as an additional insured on our insurance policy?
Yes. Your agent provides this service at no charge. We may also request this from your agent as well.
Does my tenant have online access to their account?
Yes all tenants are given a username and password and are able to go to our website and log on in the website under “Tenant Login”. All tenants are able to pay rent through our online portal. This is available 24/7 365 days a year.
How are fees deducted from an owner’s account?
All funds received and paid out between the first and last day of the month should be available in your bank account, assuming you signed up for direct deposit, before the 15th day of the following month. Accordingly, all the proceeds you receive will be for the previous month. Assuming a tenant pays their rent on time, you will receive the rent payment, minus the monthly maintenance fee and any other expenses that were incurred during the month, by the 14th day of the following month. Please note that if a tenant pays their rent on the first and pays the next month’s rent early, on the 30th of the same month for example, owners will receive a double rent payment for the month. If this occurs, owners will not receive a payout during the next month because they already received the payout during the previous month – unless the tenant continues to pay their rent early.
How are tenants selected?
Our background check is thorough and comprehensive to ensure we select quality tenants. We carefully screen each prospective tenant application and verify rental history, employment, and obtain a report which includes credit, evictions and criminal history. We then apply the reports to our general application policies.
How can I find out my account income, expenses and payables?
When you sign up for our services you will be given a username and password. You can go to our website and login under “Owner login”. After logging in you will be able to get all reports. This is available 24/7 365 days a year. We also will send a statement via email each month.
How can prospective tenants apply for my home?
We provide an easy and safe method for tenants through our online application portal. We receive credit, criminal and eviction records instantly nationwide.
How will you market my property?
We will market your property on the internet through our website and third party rental websites. We will also provide a yard sign.
I have an HOA or CIC in my neighborhood. Do you require anything?
Yes, we require a copy of the CC&R’s and and any rules and regulations that are applicable. We also ask that we be placed on the mailing list so in the event of violations we can promptly take care of matters.
Should I have the utilities revert into my name when they are turned off?
Yes, please make arrangements with all utilities so they revert to your name when the tenant moves out. This will expedite getting your home rented.
What determines the rent for my property?
Ultimately the rental market. We will make a rent recommendation to you based on our market analysis of your property and the current market conditions in the region. We will discuss this recommendation with you and set a mutually agreeable rental rate.
What happens if my tenant does not pay rent?
We will promptly serve the tenant all legal notices on your behalf and proceed to institute a legal action to have the tenant removed if payment or other lease violations have not been rectified.
What is typically involved in preparing a property to be rented?
You should expect to make the property move-in ready for a tenant. Your property will rent quicker and demand a higher rental value if it is in good, clean condition.
Who does the tenant call for maintenance requests?
The tenant will contact us on all matters. We will make a determination of the request and make a plan of action to restore the problem to protect your asset. We will not spend more on any one item then what you have authorized us unless it is an emergency. We will promptly call on all other repairs and receive authorization on amounts greater than our authorization limit.
Who provides pest control to my home?
Our standard lease require the tenant to provide pest control within the first 30 days of move-in. We will provide pest control when the home is vacant or in our determination that it is needed for the safety and protection of your asset.
How do you handle evictions?
If you are faced with an eviction in your property, we will handle the entire process from A to Z.
For month-to-month leases, the landlord can exercise a termination of the lease by providing 30 or 60 day’s notice. In certain cases, three day’s notice is the sole requirement. This is applicable in the following cases:
Failed to pay the rent.
Violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
Materially damaged the rental property (“committed waste”).
Substantially interfered with other tenants (“committed a nuisance”).
Committed domestic violence or sexual assault against, or stalked another tenant or subtenant on the premises.
Used the premises for an unlawful purpose.
Engaged in drug dealing, unlawfully used, cultivated, imported, or manufactured illegal drugs.
Using the building or property to conduct dogfighting or cockfighting.
Unlawful conduct involving weapons or ammunition.