We appreciate your interest in our available homes for lease offered by Carolinas Metro Realty. In order to qualify for one of our rental properties you must submit a rental application. The rental application must be completed by each person age 18 years and older who will occupy the property. Applicants are required to complete the application in its entirety and submit all specified documents.
Leases are granted on a first-approved application basis. CMR will process your application and notify you if you qualify to lease the desired property. Allow two business days for the rental application to be processed. If any additional information is needed a representative will contact you.
Carolinas Metro Realty does not guarantee the availability of any property and will not reserve or hold property. All our properties will remain available for lease until a holding fee has been remitted and a lease document is signed.
CMR performs background examinations that include, but are not limited to, the following: credit score; employment verification; criminal records and rental history.
Each adult (over 18 years of age) applicant must have a valid Social Security Number and photo ID
Applicants must have verifiable monthly income of three times (3x) the monthly rental rate
Any non-employment income such as child support must be guaranteed and proven with official documentation
A full credit report will be processed and evaluated to be approved
The last two, at minimum, rental verifications will be requested. Each must show rent payments were made on time and home was left in an acceptable condition.
Prior evictions must be paid off and cannot be in the last 7 years
Unpaid balances due to Landlords
Unpaid utility bills
Unsatisfactory rental references
The following felonies within the last 7 years:
1. Illegal manufacture or distribution of controlled substances
2. Felonies that resulted in bodily harm or intentional damage or destruction of property
3. Sexual offenses of any kind for any time period
All CMR agent sites such as: 123CharlotteHomes.com www.carolinahome.com www.Realtor.com www.Zillow.com
In Office Services such as: Lead Management Vacancy Flyers Referrals
When a person rents with an option to buy, he or she rents a home from its owner and lives in the home as a tenant until he or she exercises the option to purchase the home and become the owner.
A contract to lease with an option to buy, called a lease purchase or lease option agreement, is a typical rental agreement but includes the option provision. Usually, the option agreement allows the renter to purchase the home at any time or at certain time intervals (after three years of paying timely rent, for example) by serving the owner of the home with written notice of his intent to exercise the option. Generally, the option agreement also gives the renter the right of first refusal, which means that the owner of the house cannot sell it to a third party unless the renter has first been offered and declined to exercise the option to buy. Typically, upon signing the contract, the renter must pay the owner a non-refundable lease option deposit. The option can be drafted so that there is only certain time period during which it can be exercised (30 days after the first of the year, for instance) or so that it expires completely after a period of years.
There are many advantages to leasing with an option to purchase for both the buyer and the seller. Because the terms of a lease purchase agreement typically apply some rent paid to the cost of purchasing the home, the seller is essentially financing the purchase of the home. This allows the buyer to purchase a house without an extensive credit and finance check, and the seller to sell her home quickly and still get all or nearly all of her asking price (this is especially beneficial during a sluggish market).
Depending on the market, the buyer can negotiate lower rent (in exchange for making higher mortgage payment later) or the seller can negotiate higher rent because he is basically financing a purchase. (This aspect really depends on the negotiating skills of the respective parties). As well, such a contract is relatively risk-free for both sides. The first right of refusal clause prevents the owner from selling the house out from under the renter. The option deposit and time limits allow the owner to still make a sale if the renter is unable or unwilling to purchase the home.
A PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY CAN HELP YOU: Market your rental property to minimize vacancies and maximize income (Property managers make their livings because they know the rental market, what comparable properties are renting for, and what potential renters are willing to pay for a rental property. They have the marketing knowledge to reach potential renters and they have the experience and resources to weed out potential bad renters);
Fill vacancies with the best possible tenants;
Maintain and keep your rental property in good condition (link: Property managers handle and coordinate routine repairs as well as emergency repairs. They have the experience to avoid unnecessary repairs to save you money);
Track income and expenses to determine profitability;
Negotiate rental agreements;
Collect rent and track tenant deposits;
Comply with federal, state and local laws; and
Respond to tenant requests and deal with problem tenants
In short, Property Managers help you make the most from your rental property and they can save you time, money, and headache.
CMR strives to provide an extensive list of resident services to meet the different needs of individual residents in all of our units.
Please report non-emergency maintenance issues via our online form or phone (704) 405-0634 or fax (704) 665-5826. Messages left via voicemail after-hours will be returned the next business day. Please include your daytime phone number with all maintenance requests.
Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. 4339 South Tryon Street Charlotte, N.C. 28217
Bell South 200 S. College Street Charlotte, N.C. 28202 Sales, billing & service: 704-780-2355 or 1-800-767-2355 24-hour Automated Customer Service: 704-780-2500
There is no deposit. However, there will be a connection fee based on the type of service and it will appear on your first month’s bill. You will need to select a long distance carrier separately.
Time Warner Cable 316 East Morehead St. Charlotte, N.C. 28202 Customer Service: 704-377-9600
There will be an installation fee and first month’s charge to be paid at the time of hookup. Installation is By Appointment Only. Charges vary depending on the type of service.
Within the city limits, garbage collection is included in city property taxes. Roll-out & recycling contains are provided by the City and are rolled or placed at the curb once a week. Information on the day of the week for pickup is available through Customer Service. Apartments and some condominiums typically have dumpsters onsite.
John recently joined Gordon Property Management’s maintenance team. He works with Alen in repairing and maintaining residential real estate for GPM’s clients.
Messages for John can be left with Nanette at (415) 554-8812 x 202 or by Email: email@example.com
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