San Francisco Leasing
Including Rent Collection Policies Leads to On-Time Payments
We make sure your San Francisco lease agreement includes information on late fees, grace periods, and further consequences when the rent isn’t paid on time.
With this information written into the lease agreement, there can be no excuses when tenants are late. They cannot say they didn’t know when rent was due or they weren’t sure how to pay it.
Leasing San Francisco rental homes in The Mission District, The Marina, Mission Bay, and surrounding areas.
Maintenance Responsibilities and Standards to Eliminate Conflict
As the owner, you are responsible for the general habitability of the unit and functions of all the systems, including heating and cooling and water and electricity. Tenants, however, share some of the responsibility, and your lease must be explicit about what those things are. At Gordon Property Management, our lease agreements outline:
Cleaning standards to avoid pests and deterioration.
Upkeep of common and outdoor areas.
Repairs and replacements of appliances.
Definitions of emergency maintenance.
Locations of emergency exits and other safety maintenance features.
The lease your residents sign will explain how we maintain your San Francisco rental property and what their role is in this endeavor. We don’t want residents to be surprised by any preventative visits from pest control companies, HVAC techs, or other service providers.
Local, State, and Federal Disclosures and Addenda are Required
Every lease includes federal disclosures such as information about asbestos and lead paint. California leases must also disclose any bed bug issues and provide information about carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.
We understand the importance of including information that’s specific to your property as well as general information that’s required by law. Not including the pertinent information could invalidate your lease. At Gordon Property Management, we make sure your lease has everything it needs to best protect you and your San Francisco rental property.
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