Are the utilities the responsibility of the tenant?
Typically, the tenant pays the utilities. This can vary by lease, so be sure to thoroughly read yours and ask if unsure. We advise that you call all necessary utility companies a week in advance in order to have the utilities turned on or transferred into your name. A list of local utility vendors should be given to you upon the signing of the lease.
Who do I call for maintenance problems? What maintenance issues is the landlord responsible for?
It depends on how the lease reads, but most residential leases dictate that the landlord is responsible for the roof, electrical, plumbing, heating/cooling and appliances. When in doubt, you are welcome to call our office to ask. Unless directed otherwise, you should call your property manager for all maintenance issues.
Can I move to another Dodson Property Management home or apartment?
Absolutely, We can easily and quickly get you in a new residence when your living needs and interests change. With over 3500 units under management througout the mid. Alantic area, there is a great chance we can locate the right home for you. Just let us know 60-120 days before your current lease ends.
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