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Tenant Resources

Our goal is to make owning a rental investment property easy and stress-free.
One way we accomplish this is providing you with online tools and resources
 that can be accessed any time at your convenience

Prospective Tenants

Find Your Perfect Home

If you are in the market for your perfect home you come to the right place. As a prospective tenant we can help you through the process of finding a great home. Once you are a resident, we have a suite of tools to provide and exceptional rental experience.


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Current Residents

Resources to make you stay comfortable

For our current residents we have a complete set of tools and procedures to make you stay with us more comfortable and rewarding. Use our website to submit any maintenance requests, pay your rent, or just drop us a line. We love to hear from our residents.


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Maintenance Request

Move-In Checklist & Procedures 

✓ Complete an Online wildreittimiai Application at OUR WEBSITE and submit it with Application Fee to Management.

✓ Meet with Management to Review the Entire Lease Agreement before signing.

✓ Bring All Move-In Fees, Deposits and 1st Month's Rent to Lease Signing in Certified Check or Money Order form. 
✓ Collect all keys at lease signing (or at designated time of move in) including unit keys, common entrance keys and mailbox keys. Ensure all keys work properly prior to move in. 
✓ Inspect the Unit prior to Move•In, Take Photos and Voice any immediate concerns. 
✓ Contact the US Postal Service, Electric, Gas and Cable providers to schedule service before move in. 
✓ Schedule a Move In Date and Time with Management. 
✓ Enjoy your new home! 

Move Out Checklist 

✓ An inspection will be conducted after move out; please contact management to schedule an inspection prior to your move.

✓ Report any concerns or damage to the unit prior to move out to avoid unnecessary fines.

✓ Call the US Postal Service and utility companies, including electric, gas and cable to schedule shut off on the day of move out. 
✓ All personal items must be removed from the property prior to move out inspection including all furniture, clothing, boxes, cookware and trash. Special Trash Pickup for large items left in allies and dumpster enclosures will be billed back to the tenant. 
✓ Remove all nails and picture hangers from unit walls. 
✓ Ensure the unit is completely clean including all appliances, fans, baseboards, blinds, toilets, tubs, windows and floors.

✓ Ensure no light bulbs are burned out and check to ensure all thermostats and alarms have fresh batteries.

✓ Basically, leave the unit in the condition you would like to receive it!

✓ Leave all sets of keys on the counter along with an accurate forwarding address for important mail.

✓ Stay in touch! We would love to have you again at one of our many apartments across Chicagoland! Also, Ask about our tenant referral program. 

Eco-Friendly Checklist 

✓ Report dripping faucets, running toilets and leaks immediately_ Small drips equal big water bills. 
✓ Install low-flow faucets and shower heads to reduce water usage. Contact us about FREE installation of low flow faucets and shower heads if you do not already have them in unit. 
✓ Set your thermostat to under 68-degrees in the winter and over 78-degrees in the summer can save up to 10% per year on energy costs. Never leave your unit unheated during winter months to avoid frozen pipes and unit damage! 
✓ When at work or on vacation, lower or raise the thermostatic temperature by 10-1 5% for even more savings! Contact us about FREE installation of a smart thermostat, to help regulate your unit temperature (thermostat not included). 
✓ Draw blinds and curtains while away to cut down on natural sunlight.

✓ Install/remove window air conditioners seasonally to conserve heat in your home.

✓ If you have fans, use them instead of turning down the air conditioner to conserve on electric bills.

✓ Change furnace filters monthly. A dirty furnace filter will slow air flow and make furnaces work harder to heat/cool your home.

✓ Turn off all lights and unplug unused appliances while away or not in use to save on electricity costs.

✓ Install Energy Saving LED Light Bulbs when lights burn out.

✓ Utilize our online payment and document system on our website to reduce paper usage.

✓ Request e-billing and online payment for all utility accounts to reduce paper usage. 
✓ If your building has a recycling bin, separate your trash and start recycling If you cannot find your building's recycling bin, contact management. 

Prior to submitting a maintenance request, please review our policies and procedures below. There are some useful maintenance videos included on this page. Many common problems can be quickly resolved by the tips in these videos. If you are unable to correct the problem and still wish to submit a maintenance request, you may do so by clicking the link at the bottom of this page. All repairs must be in writing and submitted through the link on this page. We will not accept repair requests over the phone. If there is a fire or medical emergency, call 911 before calling our office. 
Tenant's General Responsibilities; Tenant,  at Tenant's expense,  must: 

(1) keep the Property clean and sanitary;

(2) promptly dispose of all garbage in appropriate receptacles;

(3) supply and change heating and or conditioning filters at least once a month;

(4) supply and replace all light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, and batteries for smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, garage door openers, ceiling fan remotes, and other devices (of the same type and quality that are in the Property on the Commencement Date); (5) maintain appropriate levels of necessary chemicals or matter in any water softener;

(5) take action to promptly eliminate any dangerous condition on the Property;

(7) take all necessary precautions to prevent broken water pipes due to freezing or other causes;

(8) replace any lost or misplaced keys;

(9) Pay any periodic, preventive, or additional extermination costs desired by Tenant, including treatment for bed bugs, unless otherwise required by law;

(10) remove any standing water;

(11) know the location and operation of the main water cut-off valve and all electric breakers and how to switch the valve or breakers off at appropriate times to mitigate any potential damage;


(12) water the foundation of the Property as reasonable and appropriate times 
Landlord will NOT pay to repair the following items unless caused by Landlord's negligence: 
(a) conditions caused by Tenant, an Occupant, or any guest or invitee of Ten

(b) damage to doors, windows, and screens;

(c) damage from windows or doors left open;

(d) damage from wastewater stoppages caused by foreign or improper objects in lines that exclusively serve the Property; 

By Clicking and Submitting a Maintenance Request, You Have Read and Agree to the Above Stated Terms and Conditions 

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