You will need to notify our office in writing of your intention to vacate the property at which time we will prepare and have you sign an addendum requesting your early termination of the lease. We will then begin advertising and … Read More
No, you may not sublet any portion of the property nor assign the agreement to another person.
Typically yes, however you must first obtain written permission from Carmazzi Real Estate and/or the owner of the property. Some Homeowners Associations prohibit any installation of a satellite dish in any location that can be seen from the ground or any … Read More
Utility companies should be called two weeks prior to your lease start-date. The start date for your utilities is the date your lease begins.
Under California State Law and the terms of the rental agreement, the owner of the property is responsible for items of “normal wear” including failure of structure or equipment. The Tenant is responsible for any “damage” to the premises, whether caused by intentional … Read More
For maintenance emergency situations, please call our office: 916-736-1417. There is someone on call after hours, on holidays and weekends so you will need to leave a voicemail on the office line and the on call person will respond to you … Read More
You may submit a payment online by going to www.carmazzirealestate.managebuilding.com using the Tenant portal to log in or via the Tenant Sign In button at the bottom of this page. You can also send payment by mail to: PO Box … Read More
Once you have vacated the property, a final inspection will be performed and any charges for repairs above normal wear will be deducted, along with any charges for cleaning and rents owed. You will receive an itemized accounting of the … Read More
The security deposit is due within 48 hours of being approved for a property and the lease agreement is signed. Once approved for a rental, the security deposit must be submitted in the form of a Cashier’s Check or Money Order. Your … Read More
Put your special circumstances in writing with your application. In some cases, we can accept no rental references if you have good credit and a co-signer. We will consider your application if you have a foreclosure. If you have filed … Read More