Since rent is always due on the first of the month, if you pay your rent after the first, then it is considered a "late" payment and you will owe a late fee. If you have a "grace" period (rare) then your payment will still be late after the 1st, but you may not be assessed a late fee until later. Check your individual lease for specifics. In most cases, there is no grace period.
The late fee must be paid unless waived by our office in writing. If late fee remains unpaid, your next rent will come up short, since late fees will be deducted from the next rent payment, in accordance with the [...]
We get so many calls regarding broken garbage disposals, it's not even funny. Here is some information which we hope will help you prolong the life of your disposal - and save you from getting a bill when you break yours! (Yes, if you jam it, the owner isn't going to pay for it.)
Garbage disposals are intended for dealing with scraps of food that go down the sink from your plate as you are rinsing them… they’re not electric trash cans. Contrary to what you may have been told, most of your food still belongs in the trash (or on the compost heap, if you're lucky enough to have one).[...]
The First Step
If you are more than a few days late, then in addition to a late fee, you may also receive a "3-Day Notice to Pay or Quit." This may be handed to you directly, or posted to your door. A backup may also be sent to your email address.
This Notice is a formal request for immediate rent payment (or departure from the premises). It's nothing personal, it's required by law before an eviction can take place. You should not ignore it.
If rent is still not received by the time the 3 days in the Notice have been legally counted, you may find yourself subject to eviction suit and / or [...]
The realm of property management is fraught with legal liabilities. There are more lawsuits in this area of real estate than any other. Select a partner that is committed to property management, rather than a Realtor who is doing property management "on the side." Check out some of our designations and memberships!~
NARPM® = National Association of Residential Property Managers
REPM = Real Estate Property Manager
ACRE® = Accredited Consultant in Real Estate
NAR® = National Association of Realtors
GRI® = Graduate, REALTOR® Institute
Advertising, marketing and conducting rental [...]
Most of the issues you will face, have been faced by countless tenants before you. Below, you will find a number of resources to help you with the most common maintenance issues that we see each week.Easily pay your rent online right here, using our Tenant Portal. You can pay manually each month, or set up auto-pay. Never be late again!
Some options (like credit card payments) may incur a charge, others do not. Please double check payment method as we are not responsible for any fees incurred.Submit requests online, right here. Alternatively, call our Maintenance Hotline on 407-901-5161 and [...]
Thank you for being one of our owners. While we hope we are taking 90% of your headache away from you, there are unfortunately some things about owning a property that will remain your responsibility. Among these are paying your property taxes at the end of each year, and also declaring your income to the U.S. government. We hope you will find the following resources useful.Log in here to view statements etc.Many condos have AC units that have been poorly maintained long before you purchased the condo. Many still have the original units, which may be well past their natural life-span.
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Address: 2510 Robert Trent Jones Drive, Orlando FL 32835
Call: +1 (407) 901-5161
Fax: +1 (407) 901-5157
Our branch office at the Madison clubhouse is usually staffed Monday to Friday from 1pm to 5pm. It is closed weekends. The best way to meet with us at that specific location is by appointment.