How do I set up an appointment to view one of the units?
An online Request Property Tour form is available under Tenant Services, on our Tenant Forms page. Alternatively, please email us at email@example.com and indicate which property and unit # you are interested in seeing and your availability. If you do not have access to email, you may call the office at 778.218.2657 to set up your appointment.
What methods of rent payment does Oviedo Property Management accept?
Oviedo Property Management accepts the following methods of payment.
- Electronic Funds Transfer
- Pre-Authorised Payments
- Post-Dated Cheques
How do I put in a request for repairs and maintenance?
All requests for repair and maintenance must be submitted in writing. You may submit your request online via our Maintenance Repair Request form or alternatively by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure you include your property name and unit number. If your situation is an emergency (leaks, floods, no heat/water/electricity), please call our office 778.218.2657.
How do I renew my lease?
Please fill out the lease renewal form on our website and email it to your property manager for further steps.
What is the procedure for addressing parking concerns?
For any parking concerns, please contact your property manager.
What is the company policy on signage?
Any and all signage must comply with municipality bylaws, and be reviewed for final approval by the landlords. Failure to do so, will result in the unauthorized signage being removed at the tenant’s expense.
What do my operating costs cover?
All common area cleaning and maintenance, garbage removal, landscaping, snow removal, common utilities, roof maintenance, HVAC Maintenance, and any additional expenses incurred by the landlord to maintain the functionality and appearance of the property. Refer to your lease for more info.
How are operating costs calculated and reconciled each year?
Each year the cost for operating the property is calculated and divided amongst all of the Tenants according to their proportionate share of the property. Example; if your leasable area takes up 15% of the total leasable area, then you will be responsible for paying 15% of the total year’s operating costs.