Tenant FAQs

Tenant FAQs


Tenant Faqs

Tenant FAQs

  1. How do I pay my rent?
  2.  When is rent due?
  3.  Can I paint, mount a tv on the wall or do improvements/changes to the property?
  4.  I am thinking of getting a pet. What do I have to do?
  5.  What do I do if something breaks?
  6.  What if I’m the one who broke it?
  7.  What if it’s an emergency?
  8.  How can I break my lease?
  9.  I am thinking of moving at the end of my lease. How do I give my notice?

How do I pay my rent?

Property Hunters does not accept checks, money orders or cash, so you must choose one of two ways to pay your rent. If you select the electronic method (e-transfer), you can send your rent payment directly to us. If you elect to use automatic withdrawal or direct deposit. You can schedule your rental payments to be sent automatically from your bank account to Property Hunters every month. There is a nominal monthly fee to use e-transfer and there is no cost to use automatic withdrawal or deposit.

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When is rent due?

Your monthly rental payments must be received no later than close of business on the first day of every month, even if it falls on a weekend or a holiday. If your rent has not been received by close of business on the third day of the month, a late penalty will be assessed.

Can I paint, mount a TV on the wall or do improvements/changes to the property?

Painting or any structural modifications to the property are not permitted without written permission from the homeowner. Should you paint or modify the property in any manner without permission, you will be charged for the cost of restoring the home to its original condition.

I am thinking of getting a pet, what do I have to do?

Contact either of our leasing coordinators to determine if the homeowner will permit this. If so, you will be required to sign a lease addendum referencing the pet along with photos.

What do I do if something breaks?

You must immediately submit a maintenance request by email as we cannot take this information over the phone. Be as detailed as possible about the problem so that we can determine who to send to fix it.

What if I’m the one who broke it?

Do not try to fix it yourself! Immediately submit a maintenance request and be as detailed about the problem as possible. You will however be responsible for the cost of the repair.

What if it’s an emergency?

Emergencies as defined as issues related to plumbing, electrical, roof and locking systems.  In the event of an emergency, call our office and leave a detailed message. You will then be contacted by our on-call staff.

How can I break my lease?

There are no provisions for breaking your lease. If you feel that you must do this please contact the office for further information.

I am thinking of moving at the end of my lease.  How do I give my notice?

Just send a brief email to either of our leasing coordinators stating that you will not be extending your lease beyond its current term. Be sure to do this a minimum of 60 days before the end of the month in advance of the termination date.

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