When a tenant breaks the terms of a lease, we take it seriously. When a tenant first signs a lease we make it clear that the agreement is a legal, binding contract as a way of emphasizing that we will enforce the terms if necessary.
How We Enforce the Rental Agreement
LEAP constantly monitors your property to make sure your renters are in compliance. If they do violate the agreement, we’re ready to act. Our expertise in state and federal rules and regulations, timing, and methods equip us to protect your rights thoroughly while following the law.
While there are many ways a tenant could breach the lease agreement, a few common examples include:
- Late Rent Payments – We have a zero tolerance policy for late rent, and payments are monitored to make sure they are paid on time and in full every month. If not, we disburse warnings.
- HOA Violations – If the renter is somehow violating the HOA guidelines, we’ll notify them and require full compliance.
- Pets – If the lease doesn’t allow for pets and animals are found, we enforce these terms in the agreement until the situation is resolved. The same is true for extra vehicles or unauthorized residents on the premises.
While these conversations can be uncomfortable, we know how to handle them in a professional, ethical way that will preserve an open working relationship with your tenants. That way we can work together with the tenant to proactively avoid these issues before they become problems in the first place, and provide them with a positive living experience.
Ready to Learn More?
Even if you live across the country or across the globe, you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your renters will be held accountable for the terms they agreed to when they signed the lease.
If you’d like to find out more about how LEAP Property Management performs rental agreement enforcement or simply have questions about this service, give us a call at 888-657-3033 or contact us online today!