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.
The initial lease term is 12 months. After the initial lease, you can renew as short as a 6 month lease, or go month to month if you choose.
You will pay an application fee per adult to apply. There is a lease initiation fee required to reserve your apartment home. That is all that you pay until the day that you move in! At move-in, you will pay your security deposit depending on your credit.
Utilities are separate from your rent. You will be responsible for setting up your gas and electricity accounts yourself. These will be paid directly to the utility providers. We will take care of setting up your water, sewer, trash, and community fees.
We are pet friendly, and love your furry family members! We do have breed restrictions and weight limits on the our canine friends, so please check with the office if you think your animal might be restricted.
Residents are welcome to have guests in their apartment home. If the stay is expected to be longer than 3 consecutive days, or more than 5 days in a quarter, please contact the office to obtain written consent.
Renter's insurance is required to rent an apartment home from us. If you do not have your own renter's insurance policy, you will be automatically enrolled in our Property Damage Loss Waiver, which does add a monthly fee to your rent.
The easiest and most convenient way to pay rent is through our online portal on Domuso! The office does accept Cashier's checks. Sorry, but no personal checks or cash is accepted in our office.
Our maintenance team works hard to make sure that your home is always in good repair. Once you report an issue to our office staff, the maintenance team can then stop by your apartment to fix whatever needs to be done. Our maintenance team works Monday -
One of the perks of our property is being so close to the public transportation stops! There are 6 bus stops located by our community.
Depending on the current housing market situation, rent can go up at the end of your lease agreement. We won't know how much rent will increase, if at all, but try to give our residents as much notice as possible if there are any changes coming.
You get one covered parking stall included in your rent already. Any uncovered parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are additional covered parking stalls available to rent as well if you are thinking you need additional spots.
We have great things in store for our community including new paint this year, and upgrades to our amenities!
Yes there is. We always recommend making an appointment with the office staff if you are thinking you need to move out sooner than the end of your lease agreement.