Find Your Next Rental Home
Looking for San Francisco rental homes doesn’t need to be stressful, and working with a landlord shouldn’t feel like a battle. At Gordon Property Management, we value tenants like you, and we want your rental experience to be an enjoyable one. You want a San Francisco property management company you can trust, and we are ready to deliver. Take a look at the properties we have available, and contact us with any questions or to see a home you like.
Creating Better Rental Experiences
If you’re already renting from Gordon Property Management, you know we value communication, transparency, and accountability. Our team is responsive and available, and if you have an immediate need or an urgent maintenance issue, call our 24-hour hotline to access the help you need.
For your routine maintenance requests or to pay rent securely and conveniently online, visit your tenant portal, where you’ll find instructions, resources, and copies of everything you need, from lease agreements to pet policies.
Only the Best
Gordon Property Management’s Application Process
Browse through our Available Rental Properties above and click “Apply Now” to get started. When you rent from Gordon Property Management, you will enjoy working with our staff of qualified professionals. If you’ve found some San Francisco rental homes you like, contact our leasing team for any questions you might have. Email email@example.com or call directly at (415) 554-8812.
Completed Rental Application – EACH applicant over 18 years of age who will be residing in the unit must complete in its entirety and sign Gordon Property Management’s Application. You can complete an application online through our listings.
Provide Credit Check and Processing Fee – EACH applicant over 18 years of age who will be residing in the unit must provide a $40.00 non-refundable credit check and processing fee. Payment methods for this fee may be online, cash, check or money order made payable to Gordon Property Management. Credit check and processing fees are non-refundable. The amount charged covers the actual cost of the credit report, unlawful detainer (eviction) search, and/or other screening reports and the administrative costs to obtain, process and verify screening information.
Provide Income Documentation – Applicants can upload income verification or provide them to Gordon Property Management via fax, email or in person.
Income documentation includes copies of your most recent paystubs, offer letters or tax returns. We will not begin working on your application until we receive all of these items.
Qualifying For An Apartment
In order to rent an apartment or home from Gordon Property Management, applicants must be able to show that their monthly income is equal to or greater than 3 times the monthly rent. We consider all verifiable income of all applicants in the household. Self-employed persons may need to submit tax returns and/or bank statements. Students who are receiving parental support will need to have their parents qualify and sign a rent guarantee.
The credit report is one of several factors we use in evaluating a tenant. Although a high credit rating is preferable, we recognize that many potentially great tenants have had credit problems in the past. If your credit history is less than ideal, please tell us why.
We will contact your current and your former landlords for references. The rental reference is an extremely important factor in evaluating prospective tenants, so make sure your application includes accurate phone numbers for your current and former landlords.
Some of our properties are willing to consider pets and some will not. If we are able to consider pets our ads will clearly state that pets are negotiable. Cats must be spayed or neutered, and in some cases, they must be indoor cats. Dogs must be at least two years old and we must be able to either meet the dog or get references for the dog. Read our pet agreement carefully and make sure you are willing to comply with the terms of the pet agreement.
Selecting a tenant from several qualified applicants is not easy. We use all of the above factors in combination to choose a tenant. We will offer the unit to the first qualified applicant to submit a complete application, with the following exceptions:
1) Applicants who offer over the asking price will be given priority consideration and applicants who offer less than the asking price will be considered after those offering full price or more.
2)An applicant without a pet may, in some cases, be offered a unit before an applicant with one.
Applications shall not be considered received until they are complete.
SIGNING A LEASE:
If you are selected for an apartment, you will have 48 hours from the time we offer you the apartment to sign the lease and pay the full security deposit. All leases are 12-month leases. The first month’s rent will be due at the start of the lease and before you are given keys to the apartment. Both the security deposit and the first months’ rent must be paid through our online application or paid with a cashier’s check or money order (payable to Gordon Property Management). All applicants will be required to obtain a renter’s insurance policy prior to occupancy. Smoking of tobacco products is prohibited on the entire property pursuant to Article 19F of the SF Health code. However, some prior rental agreements in building are not subject to this regulation.
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY:
We do Business in Accordance with the Fair Housing Act. (The Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended by the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988).
IT SHALL BE ILLEGAL TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, (PHYSICAL OR MENTAL) DISABILITY, FAMILIAL STATUS (HAVING ONE OR MORE CHILDREN), OR NATIONAL ORIGIN
In the sale or rental of housing or residential lots
In advertising the sale or rental of housing
In the financing of housing
In the appraisal of housing
In the provision of real estate brokerage services
Blockbusting is illegal
Anyone who feels he or she has been discriminated against should send a complaint to:
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Assistant Secretary of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
Washington, D.C. 20410
Rental Policies and Guidelines
RENT DUE: All rents are due on the first day of the month. Some of our leases have a grace period. Any rent not received by 5:00 PM on the last day of the grace period is considered late and will incur a late fee. Rents can be paid online, mailed to us, or dropped off at our office. There is a secure mail slot to the far right of our front door where rents can be dropped off 24/7.
AUTOMATIC PAYMENTS: If you choose, you can arrange for an automatic payment with your bank. You can also make online rent payments via our Online Tenant Portal. Click here to PAY RENT ONLINE NOW.
MOVING OUT: You must give 30 days written notice of your intent to move out. Once we receive your notice we will send you a move out packet with information regarding the pre-move out inspection and cleaning instructions.
MAINTENANCE REQUESTS: All requests for maintenance and repairs must be made through the TENANT PORTAL. You must give us permission to use our keys for entry or you must be home to let the repair person in.
After business hours (evenings and weekends), we can only accommodate emergency repairs. These are generally limited to plumbing emergencies, and you will have to be home to meet the repair person. For after-hour emergencies please call the office (415 554-8812) and our answering service will be able to assist you.
PLUMBING: Gordon Property Management will cover the cost of most plumbing repairs. However, you should be aware that we do not cover the costs of repairs that are due to a tenants’ negligence or lack of care.
GARBAGE DISPOSALS: Gordon Property Management will not pay to clear jammed or frozen garbage disposals. This is the most common type of maintenance request and is almost always caused by misuse or overuse of the garbage disposal. They are delicate machines and are not intended to grind up many kinds of foods or a large volume of food. Use the garbage disposal at your own risk!
LOCKOUTS: If you lock yourself out of your apartment you will have to call a locksmith at your own expense.
EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE REQUESTS: For emergency repairs you may call the office at (415) 554-8812 and then follow up by completing the form or logging into the portal.
After hour emergencies please call our answering service at (415) 554-8812.