How we handle your homeowners or condominium association in Washington
We require that the renter abide by all community and association covenants. To assist us in this endeavor, we ask that the landlord leave a copy of your association rules in a kitchen drawer for the tenant's reference.
If your rental property is in an association that requires parking passes or pool passes, etc., it is the renter's responsibility to arrange for those passes. Most often the tenant needs little more than a copy of the lease and a trip to or call to the association office to make the necessary arrangements. Occasionally, you'll need to turn in your old passes before new passes can be issued.
a handy source for property owners in Washington
- Before you put a renter in your property in Washington
- Collections and evictions
- Communications with the tenant
- During tenancy
- End of lease term and what happens when a renter breaks the lease
- How does the owner get paid?
- How your property manager handles the association and your community
- How your management company handles utilities
- How Nesbitt finds tenants
- Insurance matters for rental investors using our property management
- How Nesbitt Realty & Management manage keys
- Washington rental investor responsibilities
- Maintenance, repairs & inspections for your property in Washington
- The move-in inspection
- Property management information form
- Selling a 1031 tax exchange & more
- Starting our management of your rental property
- When landlords don't yet know their new address
- Vetting tenants in Washington