No. But we require a copy of the certification for the service animal.
Yes you can, please see the Tenant Advisory in the Forms and Doc Section of this website. Please visit the Tenant Advisory in the Docs and Forms section.
No we do not need your account information. You will be able to put that information into your tenant portal so you can pay your rent every month.
Yes we do accept Section 8 tenants, our properties that will accept section 8 fill up fast. Listing on our website will indicate if they are available for section 8.
- Use harsh or abrasive cleaners and sponges.
- Windex; acidic cleaners, like vinegar, lemon, lime; or anything with ammonia or bleach should be avoided.
- Frequent use of these chemicals will dull and weaken the sealant over time.
- Basically, the harsher the cleaner, the quicker it will break down the sealant.
- Be gentle.
- Use warm water, a mild or gentle dish soap, and a nubby washcloth or microfiber cloth for daily wipe-downs. (www.thekitchn.com/how-to-clean-and-disinfect-granite-countertops-cleaning-lessons-from-the-kitchn-202159)
If a mail key was not provided for you when you received your keys it is your responsibility to go to the post office that services your area to obtain a key, if you do not do this within the first 30 days of moving in the post office will charge you for the key.
As long as the property is in the same condition as it was when you moved in, you will receive your full deposit back. Unit needs to be move-in ready in order to receive full deposit back.
If there are any damages; the unit is not cleaned or carpets are not professionally cleaned including front and backyard, all of which will come out of your deposit.
Copper Rose uses a third party software called Propertyware, when you moved into the property your portal was activated if you did not get the email from property please click the pay my rent tab and reset your password the email will be the one that you put on your application.
Applications can be found in the forms and docs section of this website. There is a $50 application fee per person over the age of 18 years old. Each person over the age of 18 must submit an application.
Non-refunable pet fee and pets are allowed on a case by case basis. Standard pet fee $250.
Equal to the monthly rental amount.
$50 per adult over the age of 18 living in the home.
Call your property manager’s cell phone if they don’t answer leave a message and call the Copper Rose Emergency Line.
NEED THE EMERGENCY LINE NUMBER
Log into your Propertyware portal using the pay my rent feature. From there you can put in a work order, don’t forget to send your property manager an email with the details of your work order as well.
You are responsible for the duration of your lease until a suitable tenant is found and until the date the new tenant moves in. Please contact your Property Manager for further information.
Yes if you use your banks routing and account number it will charge you a $2.00 fee. If you use a debit or credit card it will charge you a $25.00 fee.
Every home has a main power breaker, this can be found near the electrical meter, electrical meters can typically be found on the back or sides of the property. If you are in a building with multiple units this will typically be in a central location on the side of the building. TIP there is also a second breaker panel breaker panel inside the home or outside make sure all of these are in the on position.
As a tenant you have the right to quiet enjoyment of the property. Please see the Arizona Landlord Tenant Act for more details. (housing.az.gov/general-public/landlord-and-tenant-act)
Felonies, evictions, rental history, proof of income, proof of employment and specific judgments.
There is main water shut off valve. These can typically be found on one of the hose bibs to the property, they are underneath the spout where the water comes out. Turn this valve off. Then call your property manager if the property manager does not answer call the copper rose emergency line.
Utilities are to be transferred into the tenants name before moving in.
An emergency is defined as anything that can cause a safety issue or immediate damage to the property and cannot wait until the next day.
Rent is due on the 1st day of each month. Rent is late as of the 5th, and late fees are applied on the 6th at 9:00am.
Rent is always due on the 1stof the month. Grace period is until 5pm on the 5thof the month. Late fees will accrue after the 5thof the month along with a 5 day notice.
The tenant is responsible for general pest control. If the property has a bad infestation of termites, German cockroaches or bedbugs call your property manager.
The tenant is responsible for changing the air filters monthly. If the HVAC coils are found to be dirty the tenant will be responsible for all repair related to not changing the air filter.
Tenants are responsible for changing the light bulbs, should the light be in a position over the stairs, please call the property manager to change those bulbs for you.