Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between 'For Lease' and 'For Rent'?
There isn't one! But make sure you talk to the landlord about all the same things, like rental rate, lease term, etc. We lease condos for individual owners.
What is the difference between an 'Apartment' and a 'Condo"?
On the surface, nothing. On paper, a condominium is owned, whereas an apartment is leased.
What will you need from me?
After we find a place that will work for you, you will need to fill out an application. The application fee is $75/person or $80/married couple, which is used to run a credit check as well as a bad check report.
Can I have a pet?
It is ultimately up to the individual owners of the units, but most places will accept house broken pets (up to 75lbs) with a non-refundable pet fee.
What comes included with my rent?
Your rent will cover access to available amenities. Utility cost vary from unit to unit. Make sure you know what is and is not included in the terms of lease on a specific property.
What about parking?
Many units are going to have an equal number of parking spaces as they do bedrooms. Beyond that, street vs. driveway vs. garage parking, as well as visitor parking will vary depending on the unit. Make sure to ask about this before signing a lease.