As part of our ongoing efforts to serve you, we invite you to access your Owner Portal.
Please follow these steps below to gain access to your personalized information.
Here is a little summary to help you get started:
Understanding how to set up and use your owner portal
*once you enter your portal If you need further help, please call us at 214-414-1769
All tenant maintenance requests are submitted through their tenant portal and go directly to our maintenance supervisor (Andy Wilkinson).
For any questions or issues.
Costs associated with the transfer of all utilities $45 Value
*No more worry being stuck with a tenant’s utility bill
We pay our property management software company (Appfolio) for their nighttime emergency call center. Maintenance never closes.
Property manager walks the property with the tenant and completes the itemization of security deposit form. Utilizing the move out cleaning breakdown (which tenant has signed). An amount for security deposit return will be finalized.
Any damage pictures are taken and uploaded to the owner portal.
Property Manager and maintenance inspect the property, reporting to landlord any maintenance and/or repair issues. Maintenance then estimates any make-ready cost; they and owner “decide together” a plan of action. For owner convenience; utilities transferred to UPD name when the property is vacant. Establish lawn and pool service if required
Property manager inspects the property and reports to maintenance if anything still needs to be done. Re-key is ordered, and smoke detectors & air filter are checked.
Property Manager inspects the house and takes 30+ pre-move in pictures for documentation.
Property Manager then takes rags and cleaner to wipe down the entire unit, fills all bathrooms with new toilet paper, leaves a copy of the tenant's inventory and condition form on the kitchen counter and puts the tenant’s keys in their lockbox for entry (after they have paid the rent) the day the lease begins.
*Amount to pay procuring agent is the owner’s decision
*All fees are tax deductible
To promote equal treatment of all applicants to
Your landlord will not give us any rental history until you give
To apply for a property; please go to UptownDallasProperties.com
Income must be at least 3 times the rental amount
The combined income of all applicants must equal three (3) times the amount of the gross monthly rent. A guarantee or guaranties may be used to qualify.
Applicant must show that at least 50% of all their current credit accessible accounts are in good standing. No available credit will be considered as good credit but will require at least one guarantee and/or an additional deposit may be required.
All applicants must be able to show a minimum of six (6) months verifiable employment history with his or her current employer and/or show that applicant is currently a full-time student. Without one of the two options, a lease guarantee will be required.
Notwithstanding local, state or federal housing ordinances, familial status is defined by HUD as children under eighteen (18) years of age domiciled with parents or legal guardians with legal custody and/or someone who is pregnant and/or in the process of gaining legal custody (with
Total Maximum Occupancy will be as follows:
Tenants are required to pay a security deposit. Please refer to the Residential Lease (Paragraph 10) to confirm this amount, as well as, other provisions in the lease upon which said security deposit is NOT refundable.
For any questions or issues
Landlord policies generally cost about 25 percent more than a standard homeowner’s policy because landlords need more protection than a typical homeowner.
Landlord policies provide property insurance coverage for any physical damage to the structure of the home caused by fire, lightning, wind, hail, ice, snow or other covered perils. It also offers coverage for any personal property you may leave on-site for maintenance or tenant use, like appliances, lawnmowers and snow blowers.
The policy also includes liability coverage; if a tenant or one of their guests gets hurt on the property, it would cover legal fees, due to injury claims, and medical expenses.
Most landlord policies provide coverage for loss of rental income in the event you are not able to rent out the property while it is being repaired or rebuilt due to damage from a covered loss. This coverage is generally provided for a specific period of time.
As the landlord, your coverage is only on the structure itself and your financial interest in it. Your tenant’s personal possessions are not covered under your policy. In order to avoid disputes in the event of damage to the renter’s belongings, many landlords require a tenant to buy renters insurance before signing a lease.
*Strange, but smoke detectors are not checked
This itemization is provided for tenant protection. Amount of any deduction will be honestly and efficiently calculated. Below are approximate item costs upon move out. Leaving the property in the same condition as it was at move-in, allows the tenant’s deposit to be totally refunded. Tenant is not responsible for normal wear and tear. To schedule your final walk-thru, email maintenance: Tony Castro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If the tenant does not schedule a final walkthrough; the amount of the deposit returned is at owner’s discretion.
End of lease date:
Tenant(s) forwarding address:
Total deductions to the security deposit $:
The deposit return (will be mailed within 30 days) in the amount of $:
Represents the balance of the security deposit you tendered under the above-referenced lease The deductions $0 exceed the security deposit tendered. Landlord hereby demands payment of the excess. In accordance with paragraph 10 of the lease, the tenant must pay the excess within 10 days after tenant receives this notice. Failure to pay the excess may expose tenant to additional cost and liability such as collections, court costs, and attorney fees.
*In the event of carpet damage (stains, burn holes, pet urine); will need estimate