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    Website Password REQUEST FORM (Website Password) Tenant First Name Tenant Last Name Address of Rental Property I need a password to one of the pages on the website: I understand this request form is not for Appfolio passwords. I understand that Passwords are only provided to current tenants and approved applicants. I understand that the processor will text password to the phone number listed in my tenant profile in Appfolio. I understand that I will not get a responce, if I am not a current tenant or approved applicant. SUBMIT

  • Referrals |

    Refer a Home to Manage We pay $500 referral fee Call in the referral or submit below Agent name Agent phone Agent email Landlord name Landlord phone Landlord email Address of rental Submit

  • Contractor Onboarding | YRH of Jackson

    SIGNUP Two simple steps to work with us. One you complete both, we can dispatch your company. PLEASE NOTE A contractors license is not required unless you perform plumbing, heating, electrical or HVAC. Also, we do not need a copy of your business license. Complete Paperwork Click to read the insurance requirements. Then forward the page to your insurance agent so they can read & upload what's required. DocuSign Insurance Requirements Click to DocuSign the paperwork to get your company approved to work with us. ​ ​ Requirements Get Approved

  • Appfolio |

    Appfolio Portal Overview Login Help Login Link

  • Payment Options |

    Payment Options BILLING QUESTIONS View Full Account Ledger in your Online Portal Log in to your online portal Click PAYMENTS Click VIEW FULL ACCOUNT LEDGER On a cell phone, click the "+" to expand and show details Watch Tutorial ​ ​ LATE FEES Rent is due on the 1st of the month for all tenants.​ Our software automatically applies a 10% late fee to any unpaid amount on the 5th at midnight. Late fees are non-refundable and cannot be waived for any reason. ​ ​ EVICTION PROCESS This process applies to every tenant without exception Read the procedure ​ ​ PAY ONLINE The ability to pay online is a privilege that's available for those that pay on time every month. Everyone else must pay in cash. The humans in our organization are not authorized to accept payments of any kind. Payment must be made in your online portal or with cash using PayNearMe . eCheck - Free ​Debit Card - $9.99 fee ​Credit Card - 2.9% fee ​ PAY WITH CASH In the following situations, tenants are required to pay in cash: ​ During a Move-In, if you plan to get the keys less than 7 days from the date of your first payment If you bounce a check If you have a balance due that is more than 10 days late. After 3 consecutive months of on-time payments, you can request reactivation. Call our office and choose the option to reactivate online payables and leave a voicemail for our processor. You'll get a text confirmation once processed. Read how ​ ​ ​ NSF $30 NSF Fee will be added to any payment returned for Non-Sufficient Funds regardless of the reason including but not limited to entering incorrect banking info when paying online. It generally takes a week to be notified of a returned payment. That probably means rent will be late and 10% late fees will be applied. We recommend paying rent a week early to avoid this. ​ ​ THIRD-PARTY PAYING RENT These are the options if your church, a family member, or anyone who's not on the lease wants to pay your rent: Give them a PayNearMe Cash Pay Slip. They then take green cash to the CVS store and pay without any other actions or liability. If they would rather write a check, have them write the check to you, deposit the check in your account, and then you pay your rent in Appfolio. We cannot grant them access to your online portal but you can share your password. Then they can log in and make a payment using their account info. We do not recommend sharing your login. You will be doing this at your own risk. If you share your password, we recommend you immediately change your password once they pay. We can add them to the lease, but then they would need to apply, pay application fees, qualify and sign a lease. Then they will be financially responsible. ​ ​ AUTOPAY Tenants are responsible for activating, updating, and deactivating auto-pay. The Manager has no control of this feature. ​Don't forget that you set up auto-pay and also pay manually. The system will sweep the payments exactly as you program regardless if you made an additional payment. ​If you set up two auto-pays, AppFolio will charge twice. ​ ​ OVER-PAID RENT If you accidentally pay twice, you will not lose the money. ​The system will automatically apply the funds to future bills. Under the Payments tab, click View Full Account Ledger to see the funds are on your account. ​ ​We can not issue refunds because the payment will take 2 weeks to clear at the bank + 1 week for processing and mail time. By then next month's rent will be due. ​ ​ ​

  • Terms of Use |

    Terms of Use® Website Terms and Conditions VERSION DATE: September 1, 2019 IMPORTANT–READ CAREFULLY: These Terms and Conditions are a legal contract between you (either an individual or an entity) and (“Sponsor”) for the use of locating a home for you, which includes computer software and, as applicable, associated media, printed materials, and “online” or electronic documentation and information (collectively, the “Service”). YOU ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO USE THE SERVICE IF YOU CAN ENTER INTO A BINDING CONTRACT WITH SPONSOR. BY REGISTERING TO USE THE SERVICE, OR BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SERVICE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY AND TERMINATION PROVISIONS BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS, DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS APPLICATION OR THE SERVICE AND EXIT NOW. Access and Use of the Site Access to and use of this website (the “Site”) and its contents are permitted only for finding a home for rent, and related payment services. Any other access to or use of this Site or its contents is unauthorized. Please understand that all information submitted on the site might potentially be publicly accessible. Important and private information should be protected by you. We are not liable for protection of privacy of electronic mail or other information transferred through the internet or any other network provider that you may use. Our network resources may not be used to impersonate another person or misrepresent authorization to act on behalf of others or us. All messages transmitted through the site should correctly identify the sender; you may not alter the attribution of origin in electronic mail messages or posting. By registering, you certify that the information you provide on the registration form is accurate and pertains only to you. You agree to be honest with us and deal with us in good faith; you agree to refrain from making false representations, and you agree to provide us with up-to-date and accurate information, for which you are solely responsible. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the password you are assigned. Your password may not be shared with any other person. You are responsible for all actions taken or content added through your account. You agree to notify us promptly of any unauthorized use of your account. We reserve the right to deactivate or suspend use of the Service by anyone for any reason or no reason at all. No user of the Site or the Service may (1) take any action that imposes an unreasonable load on the site’s infrastructure, (2) use any device, software or routine to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of the site or any activity being conducted on the site, (3) attempt to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the software comprising or making up the site, (4) delete or alter any material posted by any other person or entity, or (5) frame or link to any of the materials or information available from the site. Information and materials posted by Sponsor are provided for general reference only and are not warranted to be free of errors, other deficiencies or potential interruptions. In addition, the site may be used by others to post other information and materials, including changes or additions; Sponsor gives no assurance whatsoever regarding such information or materials. Information and materials posted by others is considered non-confidential. In no event should the availability of such information and materials be construed as an indication they have been validated by Sponsor or represent the views of Sponsor, Sponsor does not monitor all submissions to the site, but reserves the right to do so and to remove or edit anything that is in violation of these terms of use or other policies of Sponsor. If you submit any information to our site, you agree not to (1) post or transmit anything that is defamatory, abusive, libelous, unlawful, obscene, threatening, harassing, fraudulent, pornographic, or harmful, or that could encourage criminal or unethical behavior, (2) post or transmit pyramid schemes or chain letters or conduct gambling, (3) post or transmit anything that violates the copyright or intellectual property rights of any person or entity, (4) post or transmit a virus or any other harmful component, or (5) contact other site users through unsolicited e-mail, telephone calls, mailings or any other method of communication. When retrieving information from our site, you are prohibited from (1) using or attempting to use spiders, robots, avatars, intelligent agents, or any other extraction or navigation search except for a normal browser, (2) aggregating, copying or duplicating any of the materials or information available from the site except for the small amount of materials and information temporarily required for an ordinary single use of the site, or (3) accessing data not intended for such user. Should you decide to submit, enter or transmit through use of the Service information or materials of any kind, you are responsible for ensuring that you may do so and that such information and materials may be accessed, used, copied, distributed and adapted by other users of the Service (including Sponsor or its host providers) without liability or restriction. You are responsible for making sure all information and materials that you originate or require are properly backed up so you have ready access thereto in the event of loss, corruption or interruption. Services Powered by Third Parties Certain services offered on our Site are actually offered by third parties, and are generally identified as “Powered by [name of the Third Party]” or similar language; in those situations, the relevant third party will have access to data collected as part of the services rendered, and you are asked to review the terms and conditions of use and the privacy policy of the relevant third party before using the services. It is expected that such third-party service providers may share the information they collected with us. Intellectual Property Subject to your full and continued compliance with these Terms and Conditions of Use, you are authorized to access; use and copy information and materials available through the Service only for purposes of finding a home to rent, or submitting payments. All materials on our Site or used in relation to the Service (herein the “Materials”), including but not limited to our trademarks, trade dress, trade names, logos, design, text, data compilations, search results, graphics, images, pictures, audio or video media files and other files, are proprietary property of Sponsor, its suppliers, its licensors, or its users, and are protected by U.S. and international intellectual property laws, including but not limited to copyright and trademark laws. Our Materials cannot be copied, imitated, or used, in whole or in part, beyond the authorized uses, without our prior written permission. The information and Materials, including pages and content, may not be copied, distributed, modified, published, or transmitted in any other manner, including for use in creating other works, whether or not copyrightable, or to sell or promote other products. Violation of this policy may result in infringement of intellectual property and contractual rights of Sponsor or third parties which is prohibited by law and could result in substantial civil and criminal penalties. You may not use any meta tags or any other “hidden text” utilizing “”, “YRH”, or any other name, trademark, or product name of Sponsor without our prior written permission. ​ NO WARRANTIES, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY THE SERVICE, THIS SITE, AND THE MATERIALS HEREIN ARE PROVIDED “AS IS, WHERE IS” AS AN ACCOMODATION WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, ALL USE IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK; AND SPONSOR SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL SPONSOR, ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, AFFILIATES, ADVERTISERS, OR DATA PROVIDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF USE, OR LOSS OF PROFITS) WHETHER IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO NEGLIGENCE), EQUITY OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE USE OF THIS SITE OR THE SERVICE. YOUR SOLE REMEDY IN THE EVENT OF ANY DEFICIENCY OR ERROR SHALL BE TO REQUEST THAT SPONSOR CORRECT THE MATTER OR, IF SPONSOR FAILS TO DO SO, TO DISCONTINUE USE OF THE SERVICE AT ON. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. ​ INDEMINIFICATION You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold Sponsor harmless from and against any claims, damages, costs, liabilities, and expenses (including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of or related to any User Content you post, store, or otherwise transmit on or through the Site or the Service or your use of the Site and the Service, including, without limitation, any actual or threatened suit, demand, or claim made against Sponsor arising out of or relating to the User Content, your conduct, your violation of these Terms and Conditions of Use, or your violation of the rights of any third party. ​ Limitation of Claims Regardless of any statute or law to the contrary, any claim or cause of action arising out of or related to your use of the Services must be filed within one (1) year after such claim or cause of action arose, or else that claim or cause of action will be barred forever. You agree to accept sole responsibility for any use of internet facilities conducted or permitted by you or your Clients; the conduct of any business, advertising, marketing or sales in connection therewith; and any negligent or illegal act or omission of you or your agents, contractors, servants, employees, or other users or accesses. ​ Fair Housing/Equal Housing Opportunity is an Equal Housing Opportunity company, which means (as well as all of our affiliated entities and employees) complies with the Fair Housing Act and other applicable federal, state and local anti-housing discrimination laws. The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing because of: Race/Color, National origin, Religion, Sex, Familial Status, Handicap (or disability). also operates in states and local jurisdictions which have additional fair housing laws and added protected classes. is also responsible for complying with those laws and regulations. As such, all rental properties identified in this Site are subject to the federal Fair Housing Act and its state law counterparts. will not knowingly permit or allow any discriminatory conduct in the rental of its properties that violates applicable law. Complaints concerning discriminatory practices in housing may be filed with the local office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”). ​ Privacy Policy respects the privacy of its users. Please read our Privacy Policy. ​ Arbitration Any claim or dispute arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions of Use or the Service will be settled by binding arbitration before a single arbitrator in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). Any such controversy or claim must be arbitrated on an individual basis, and must not be consolidated in any arbitration with any claim or controversy of any other party. The arbitration must be conducted in Placer County, California, and judgment on the arbitration award may be entered into any court having jurisdiction thereof. Either Sponsor or you may by motion seek any interim or preliminary relief from a court of competent jurisdiction in Placer County, California, as necessary to protect the rights or property of the moving party. ​ Choice of Law These Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by the laws of the State of California without regard to its conflict of law provisions. ​ Modification of These Terms Sponsor reserves the right to change or modify these Terms and Conditions of Use, or any policy or guideline of this Site or the Service, at any time and in our sole discretion. Please review these Terms and Conditions of Use and their version dates frequently, as changes or modification will be effective immediately upon posting of the revisions to the Site or Service. You waive any right you may have to receive specific notice of such changes or modifications. Your continued use of the Site or Services following the posting of changes or modifications will confirm your acceptance of such changes or modifications. These Terms became effective on September 1, 201. Any changes to our Terms will be communicated through our Website at least five (5) business days in advance of its effective date.

  • Work Orders |

    Work Orders and Vendor Payables Working on a Team Communication is simple when you work face-to-face with a homeowner who can see your work in person and hand you a check once the work is complete. Most people can handle verbal in-person communication. ​ Verbal communication is not efficient when working on rentals because there are multiple people involved. (Tenant, Manager, Contractor, Bookkeeper, & Property Owner) ​ The goal of our process is to provide the info that each person needs in an efficient, accurate, & replicable manner. For example: Manager approves and assigns Work Orders Contractor schedules with Tenant directly Contractor delivers an invoice that explains to Property Owner what was accomplished Bookkeeper pays Contractor & includes the invoice in the monthly Owner Statement ​ ​ If we get this right, the owner will not need to call to ask questions about the work performed. That's why it's created the procedures. Work Order Procedures ASSIGNMENT ​ We will email you a PDF of the Work Order once assigned High-volume vendors get a weekly report of all open Work Orders ​ ​ TOTAL JOB COST & BIDDING ​ Manager & Vendor are not authorized to perform work if the total cost of time & material exceeds $500 Jobs that cost more than $500 must be bid between multiple Vendors. If we email you a Work Order and upon arrival, you determine that the job will cost more than $500. Do not start work. Email a bid to our office. Manager will reply to that email with "APPROVED". No response to your email means Not Approved. If you take action without receipt of the "APPROVED" email, we can not pay you for the work. ​ ​ SCHEDULING Per the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act of Tennessee, the landlord/manager (and therefore the maintenance team) must give 24-hour notice to tenants before arriving at the property. Manager requires Vendors to schedule a time directly with tenants for the tenant to let you in to do the work. Manager does not schedule appointments for Vendor. Vendor cannot bill the landlord for scheduling errors or missed appointments regardless of cause. Do not enter a property without at least one of the tenants listed on the work order being present. For exterior work, just call or email the Tenant to notify them that you will perform work on the exterior of the property, that you don't need interior access, and they don't need to be home. If you can't reach the tenant, notify us so we can get involved. ​ ​ PICTURES Take before & after pictures to show the landlord what you accomplished Attach before & after pics to the Work Order in Appfolio. ​ ​ COMPLETE WORK Read the work order & complete the work as described If you have questions, call Kyle CLEAN UP Cover your boots with disposable booties so you don't track stuff in the home. Vacuum and sweep up any mess Remove all trash when you leave. Small trash can go in the tenant's garbage but large objects must be removed. The tenant shouldn't have to do any work after you leave ​ ​ I NVOICE Describe the work you accomplished on your invoice. The landlord will get a copy of our invoice. Email your invoice to our office. ​ ​ DIRECT DEPOSIT Bills Bills are created daily based on the invoices received Invoices that require follow-up questions take longer because Manager will need time to follow up with Vendor. Payables Our bookkeeper processes Vendor Payables once per week. This automatically includes all Invoices for all Vendors. If total payables are less than $250, they will be combined with next week's payables to reduce the direct deposit processing fees charged to the Manager by Appfolio. Vendor Basics PROFESSIONALISM Treat the tenant with kindness & respect. If they don't treat you that way, alert us and we will deal with them. ​ NO PROMISES Vendors are subcontractors hired to perform a specific task and not authorized to commit us to perform any work other than that which is listed in the work order. Vendors are not authorized to communicate with Tenants about anything other than explaining the work that was completed. If the tenant asks you to do more work than what's on the Work Order, tell them to contact us. Do not explain ​ If the Tenant has questions, tell them to contact us. Apppfolio Video Tutorial Watch how to sign in to Appfolio and add a link to your phone

  • Open |

    How to Open a CodeBox Lockbox Instructions Enter code Press the enter button Press & release the inset door on the lockbox The lockbox door will open The key to the home is inside

  • Qualify |

    How to Qualify The following applies to all applicants No exceptions AGE The minimum age to rent a single-family residence or duplex is age 21. Ages 21 to 24 may be required to purchase a renters bond based on property. The minimum age to rent a multi-family unit is age 23. ​ ​ APPLICATION Each adult who will reside in the home more than 7 nights per calendar year must submit an application on our website, pay the application fee, meet all the qualifications listed on this page, and pass the background check. We do not run background checks until applications for all adults that will reside in the home have been submitted Valid ID must be attached for all those over age 18. Dependents: Each dependent age 18-69 must complete a rental application, qualify in terms of credit, criminal and eviction history, and be listed on the guardian's tax return . Dependents over age 70 do not need to apply. ​ ​ APPLICATION FEE The Application fee is non-refundable. It's Applicant's responsibility to read this page and ask questions before applying. ​ APPROVAL PROCESS We take the first qualified and approved, individual or family (hereafter referred to as Applicant) who is ready to sign a lease, pay the deposit by the end of the day after the lease was created, and begin paying rent when the home becomes available. If multiple Applicants are approved simultaneously, then the highest financially qualified Applicant, in terms of credit, income, and financial reserves will have the first opportunity provided that they take action. We do not reserve homes or apartment units. ​ BACKGROUND CHECKS We do not accept credit reports submitted by applicants. We pull credit, criminal, and eviction background checks through our software vendor which is connected with Experian. The two other credit reporting agencies may have higher or lower scores but we don't consider those scores. This is a "hard inquiry" on your credit. If that is not acceptable, do not submit a rental application. ​ ​ BANKRUPTCIES Closed bankruptcies are OK. Open bankruptcies are automatic decline. ​ ​ BUSINESS USE Telecommuting, computer, or clerical work is allowed. Business activity involving any of the following is not allowed: agricultural, animals, kennels or pet sitting, any business that uses highly hazardous chemicals, "toxics" and "reactives" as defined by OSHA; automotive; child services of any kind; counseling or therapy; hospitality; manufacturing; massage; physical therapy; nursing, hospice, adult daycare or any other caregiving; or any other business where clients, co-workers or employees conduct business at premises. Read the Details ​ CO-SIGNERS We do not accept co-signers. ​ ​ COMMERCIAL VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT Vehicles used, insured, or registered for commercial use or vehicles that display commercial placards or wraps are expressly prohibited from being operated, stored, or parked at Property for any length of time. ​ ​ COLLEGE Proof of income is not required during the months when Applicant attended college but only if the Applicant: Uploads college diploma. Uploads college transcripts. Began working less than thirty-days after graduation. Offer letter from your new employer that states annual salary or hourly wages & guaranteed hours per week. Current employment meets the income requirements. ​ ​ CREDIT SCORE When there are multiple adults in the household, we use the lowest credit score for qualification purposes. ​ ​ CRIMINAL HISTORY We pull criminal background checks for all applicants and those with criminal activity will be denied. This requirement does not constitute a guarantee or representation that those currently residing in our homes and apartments have not been convicted of, or are subject to deferred adjudication for a felony or sex offense requiring registration under applicable law. There may be Residents that have resided in one of our homes before this requirement went into effect; additionally, our ability to verify this information is limited to the information made available to us by the background services used and at the time the background check was pulled. ​ ​ EVICTION HISTORY Applicants are automatically declined if any eviction activity is found on the background check, regardless of the date, judgment results, or judgment amount. That means if an eviction has been filed against you, your application will be declined even if the case was dismissed. ​ ​ INCOME Applicants must be currently employed. Applicants must document that the combined total income for all applicants that will reside in the home exceeds: 3 times the annual rent for the current calendar year 2.5 times the annual rent for last calendar year 2 times the annual rent for the previous calendar year The above does not apply to recent college graduates. Read the details. Income from ex-roommates, ex-husbands, or ex-wives cannot be included unless they apply and will live in the home. Proof of income for self-employed applicants must show a net income. Proof of income can be any combination of tax returns, W2's, or December pay-stubs showing YTD (Year To Date). Proof of income from veterans benefits, child support, alimony, and social security must be legal documents from that governing body. Unemployment assistance is not considered income in our calculation above. For Applicants relocating from another city/state, an Offer Letter from the new employer in this area is required to prove you will be employed upon arriving. The offer letter must state your new monthly/annual salary or hourly wage and hours promised and satisfy the below income requirement. If you plan to keep your current job after relocating we need some documentation to prove the current income will continue. Retirees & Financially Free (See below) ​ ​ INSPECTION We require applicants to complete an in-person inspection before leasing a property. ​ ​ INSURANCE At all times during this Lease Agreement, each person listed on the lease is required to maintain Renters Insurance with a $100,000 minimum Limit of Liability and upload Evidence of Insurance in the Resident's online portal. If insurance coverage expires at any time during this lease, Lessee will be in breach of the Lease Agreement, a $19 penalty per month will be imposed for any month that Evidence of Renters Insurance was not provided. This is per property, not per Resident. If 2 or 3 carry insurance, the one that does not will result in a $19 fee for the property. Read the Details ​ ​ LATE RENTAL HISTORY A history of late rent payment is an automatic decline. ​ ​ MOVE-OUT CLEANING We hire professionals to clean the carpets and detail the home so we can present a clean home for those that move in next. The expense is billed to the exiting tenant. Cleaning expense changes over time based on the pricing of our cleaning subcontractor. Current pricing can be found on: Read the Details ​ ​ OCCUPANCY GUIDELINES The maximum number of residents per bedroom are as follows: 1 bedroom = 2 residents 2 bedroom = 3 residents 3 bedroom = 4 residents 4 bedroom = 5 residents 5 bedroom = 6 residents * You can add one more human if two of the humans are under age 10. ​ OUTSTANDING TO A LANDLORD Any outstanding debt to a landlord at the time of the initial background check is an automatic decline. Paying off the balance will not result in approval. ​ ​ PET POLICY If pets are allowed at a property it will be stated in the rental ad on our vacancies page. Read the Details ​ ​ PRE-APPROVAL Applicants wanting to get pre-approved so they are ready to execute when new vacancies post are welcome to apply for any property and write in the comments what you are looking for. You can then have the opportunity to rent the upcoming vacancies before they go on the market. ​ ​ PRE-PAID RENT Tenants are welcome to pay rent in advance but that does not change any of the underwriting guidelines on this page or result in discounted rent. ​ ​ RESERVING A HOME We don't reserve homes. We take the first qualified individual or family that signs a lease, pays the deposit & is willing to start paying rent when the home becomes available. If there are multiple applicants interested in the same property, we take the highest qualifying individual or family. ​ ​ RETIRED OR FINANCIALLY FREE Retired or financially free - Applicants with cash reserves that exceed 3 years rent must: Upload original PDF of a financial statement showing that balance & s ign an authorization letter produced by your financial institution so we can verify funds. If you are selling your home and proceeds have not arrived, the closing statement from the attorney or title company will work in place of the bank statement. Provided we can verify with the attorney or title company. Renters bond will be required. ​ ​ SECTION 8 We do not accept section 8 or government assistance vouchers ​ SECURITY DEPOSIT Security Deposit for all properties one month's rent. A Renters Bond may also be required based on credit. We have a referral if needed. How to Pay the Deposit If you plan to get the keys in less than 7 days from the date you pay, you'll need to pay in cash.​ If you plan to get the keys more than a week from the date you pay, have a 700+ credit score, or purchased a Renter's Bond, then you pay with check, debit, or credit. How to Pay in Cash ​ ​ ​ SMOKING Smoking is not permitted inside any of our homes or apartments. Read the Details ​ ​ UNAUTHORIZED OCCUPANTS Anyone that will reside in the home more than 14 days per calendar year must apply and qualify. If we discover someone in the home that is not on the lease, everyone in the home will be asked to leave voluntarily or evicted and there will be an immediate $100 monthly Unauthorized Occupant Fee charged to the Tenant until this is resolved. There are no second chances with unauthorized residents. We perform quarterly maintenance on every home so you can't get around this. Read the Details ​ ​ WAITING LIST We don't have a waiting list. If you see a home or apartment listed on our vacancies page, then it is available to rent. ​ ​ ZERO TOLERANCE We have a zero-tolerance drug, violence, and criminal activity policy at all properties. That means, that if anyone on our team witnesses or suspects illegal activity, they are required to notify law enforcement. Also, if ​ ​ ​

  • Hire Us |

    Hire Us Labor Cost For everything other than painting and flooring which is bid by the job, if Managers employees perform the work, labor is billed by the ​​hour for everything associated with accomplishing that work, including but not limited to research, inspection, dispatch, project management, driving, ordering, purchasing, delivering, installing, inspecting, cleaning up, bookkeeping, review, and communications with tenants and owners. HOURLY RATES Monday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm = $79 .00 5:00pm - 9:00pm = $118 .50 9:00pm - 8:00am = $158 .00 All hours on weekends & holidays $158/hour with a $250 minimum charge Material Cost We purchase material at Home Depot. Although lower prices can sometimes be found elsewhere, the time spent shopping would make it not cost-effective to ship around. ​ We add a 15% markup to all items purchased Other Options As long as repairs are quality and per building code, Tenants are welcome to do the work themselves or hire subcontractors provided they meet the insurance requirements.