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Tenant Privacy

Landlords can only enter a renter's unit under a few circumstances. Typically, property owners or managers can only enter a residence if:

Additionally, landlords may be allowed to enter a unit (depending on local and state laws) if a renter has been absent from their unit for an extended period of time - often, seven days or more.

Living Conditions

As a tenant you are also granted the right to live in a clean, safe and healthy environment. Here at GEU Property Management are here to keep the  properties in top shape. Should you as a tenant deem a living space unfit due to illegal activities taking place at a property or health issues surfacing, you may have the legal merit to file a complaint against the owner. We will do all we can to Remedy the living conditions for a safe a pleasant living experience. 

Our property management team is here to ensure a residence is kept in quality shape, property owners can avoid any problems from occurring with renters leasing their units.

Maintenance and Repairs

Another reason why renting a property that's ran by a property management company is the maintenance and upkeep at a residence and dealing with repairs. Plumbing, electrical and other similar issues often arise at apartments. Having a management team in place to handle these problems can keep a property in shape, functioning and looking good. At the same time, taking care of these tasks for tenants is mandated by law.

Anytime a renter requests repairs and maintenance in their unit for appliances or utilities that came with the apartment, owners are obligated to enter the unit and ensure everything is working properly for the tenant.

Accommodations for Disabled Renters

Rules and regulations regarding disabled renters and how property owners must accommodate them have evolved in recent years.  Landlords should learn about - and keep up with - laws related to disabled tenants.

 Landlords are not allowed to ask if someone is disabled during the application process. Additionally, should a disabled person move into one's unit, the owner may have to make a residence's conditions more livable for the renter, within reason. For instance, a ramp may need to be installed should there only be stairs at all entrances and exits at a property. We have the vendors that are capable to adjust the living conditions to a unit for disabled tenants needs as much as the unit and owner will allow.

Also, renters with disabilities also have the right in certain situations to alter their units to better accommodate their disability, such as lowering counter tops for those in wheelchairs.  We are here to help and provide a pleasant experience for both parties.