We appreciate your interest in applying for an available property offered by San Diego Residential Property Management. In order to qualify for one of our rental properties, you must be at least 18 years of age and submit an online rental application. Each financially responsible adult (18 and older) and all non-financially responsible adults who will reside in the property on a full-time basis are required to complete an application. The application fee is $40 per applicant and is non-refundable; applications will not be processed without the payment of the fee. Applicants are required to complete the application in its entirety and submit all specified documents before processing will begin. Our leasing team will process your application and notify you of the status to lease the desired property. Allow two  business days for the rental application to be processed. If any additional information is needed, a representative from our leasing office will contact you.
WHAT WE NEED:
YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS WHEN YOU SUBMIT A RENTAL APPLICATION:
By submission of a rental application you agree that each financially responsible adult (18 and older) and all non-financially responsible adults are required to complete an application. Each applicant authorizes San Diego Residential Property Management to process their personal credit history, criminal background, eviction history and verify employment, salary and past tenancies. The information collected will be used for resident screening purposes only in reference to a property managed by San Diego Residential Property Management. You understand that submission of an application does not guarantee tenancy in the desired property. Leases are granted on a first-approved application basis determined by most qualified applicant(s) and on the owner’s criteria, with final approval rendered by the homeowner. Examples of the criteria considered are (but not limited to): FICO (credit) score, past tenancy verification, eviction history, employment history, salary and income levels, tenancy start date, desired lease term and type and number of pets. Furthermore, it is possible that when your application is submitted, other qualified applications could be in process for the same property.
APPROVED APPLICATIONS & DEPOSIT:
Once notified by the leasing office of your approved application, you are required to confirm your tenancy within three  business days by completing the following:  all tenants shall review and sign the lease documents and,  remit the security deposit. Lease documents will be circulated for electronic signature to all adult residents, and a deposit is required to hold the property until the scheduled possession date. The deposit must be delivered to the management office in the form of a cashier’s check or money order within three  business days of the approval.
The deposit will be taken to “hold” the property for the tenant until the actual lease start with delivery of keys (possession date), and collection of first month’s rent. Until the lease start date, the funds are non-refundable and are considered “good faith” money to remove the unit from the rental market to be placed “on hold” for the tenant under contract. Should the tenant fail to conform to the lease agreement, remit the first month’s rent and take possession of the property, the deposit will not be refunded; the funds will be used to compensate the property owner for the marketing time and rent income lost as a result of taking the property off the market. Upon possession and payment of the first month’s rent, the deposit will convert to a fully refundable security deposit and applied at move-out should there be any cleaning, tenant caused damage and/or maintenance issues that are a tenant cost.
IF YOUR TENANCY IS NOT APPROVED:
If you submit your application(s) and do not choose to rent or are not approved for tenancy, the $40 application fee(s) will not be returned. You will be notified of an approval or denial of your application as soon as we are informed by the property owner of his/her decision. If your application is not approved, you will be notified in writing of the denial. By request, you may receive a copy of your credit report at no additional charge. We can accommodate this request by mailing a copy of the report to your attention. Applications will remain on file for sixty  days and you can transfer your application to another property managed by San Diego Residential Property Management, with no additional fees. San Diego Residential Property Management and our homeowners strictly adhere to policies of the Fair Housing Act and no application is approved or denied on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, disability, age, citizenship status, genetic information, marital or family status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression, AIDS/HIV, medical condition, political activities or affiliations, source of income, or any other protected class under the State and Federal Fair Housing laws.
What is Project Management?
A “project” is activity on a property that would customarily exceed what is outside the scope of normal day-to-day “property” management. Examples of projects might be all new paint, flooring, appliances, granite counters, kitchen and/or bath remodel, new vinyl window installations, new roof, new front and back yard landscaping, swimming pool refinishing, etc. We have a team of skilled designers and project coordinators that collaborate in conjunction with the property owner to ensure that design and remodel decisions are taken from concept to completion – all with a sense of excellence, on time and under budget!
A rehab of a home can be as simplistic as replacing the flooring and paint colors in the home to modernize the overall look and feel. Or, it can be as involved as replacing a roof, resurfacing a swimming pool, completely re-doing all the exterior landscape and/or hardscape, installing a new HVAC system or installing all new vinyl fencing or pergola. In the end, the primary purpose of the rehab is to make the home more competitive in the marketplace and simultaneously, to increase the sale or rental value. Contact us to receive a no obligation consultation and estimate.
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Project Coordinator / Accounts Payable
Juliana is the Project Coordinator and Accounts Payable at San Diego Residential Property Management. Juliana is a native San Diegan with her Bachelor’s degree from Point Loma Nazarene University. She has a passion for the design and detailed work that goes into the remodel projects that bring life back to tired rental properties. Juliana coordinates budgeting, purchasing and vendor schedules for all the projects under control of SDRPM. As the staff member responsible for Accounts Payable, Juliana processes the weekly payments of all property invoices for work order, tax, insurance, landscape and HOA payments. In their free time, Juliana and her husband enjoy exploring nature, playing music, and spending time with their sweet golden retriever puppy, friends, and family.
Assistant Property Manager / Sales Agent
Michelle has served in several roles during her tenure with the company rounding out her knowledge of the industry. Currently she is the Assistant Property Manager at San Diego Residential Property Management. Michelle is the co-owner of an real estate appraisal business that she’s managed for the last 18 years and continues to run it in addition to her time spent at SDRPM. As a lifelong learner, Michelle received her degree in Nutrition and Fitness and recently earned her CA Real Estate license to further her knowledge of the field. Michelle is a single mom of three children and enjoys spending her free time exercising, playing with her two adorable corgi puppies and getting outdoors with her family.
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Leasing Manager / Sales Agent
Julie Seebruch is the Leasing Manager at San Diego Residential Property Management and handles all aspects of leasing including marketing, sales/leasing price analysis, negotiations, and due diligence of tenant backgrounds for proper tenant selection. Julie has been in the Residential Real Estate industry for over 10 years and previous to that worked in a corporate environment in the High-Tech industry. Her background includes property appraisal, marketing, project management, and real estate sales. Julie has earned various designations to further her knowledge in real estate and to better assist her clients. Julie lives in Poway with her husband and two college-aged children; they enjoy spending time with family and traveling.
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Sharyn Davie is the Property Manager and Co-Owner of San Diego Residential Property Management. Sharyn received her degree in Business & Economics from Westmont College and upon graduating, accepted a position with Arnel Management, one of southern California’s largest real estate investment and property management companies. From there Sharyn, worked in multiple management positions within Red Lion Hotels & Inns (DoubleTree), rounding out her hospitality career as the Director of Sales for their San Diego/Mission Valley hotel. After spending several years raising her three children, Sharyn re-entered the work force spending 12 years as the Leasing Manager/Co-Owner of a niche equipment leasing company.
Sharyn manages all phases of the operational aspects of property management, Trust account administration, problem resolution, property bookkeeping including security deposit dispositions, and oversight of tenant selection and lease documentation. Additionally, Sharyn uses her years of design experience to coordinate all project management work at SDRPM with support from Juliana who serves as Project Coordinator. From small bathroom renovations to entire kitchens, backyard and pool renovations, color and lighting improvements, to complete single-family home remodels, SDRPM’s project management work has become a major focus for our clients. These amazing makeovers go above and beyond customer’s expectations, garnering higher rents and quality tenants as a result of Sharyn’s expertise and eye for design.
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Rental Criteria & Application Instructions
Thank you for your interest in renting a home that is professionally managed by Advantage Property Management Services. Below you will find the instructions and criteria required when submitting a rental application. It is important that you read the information below prior to submitting an application to understand what is required for renting the property. If you have further questions, please contact one of our leasing agents at x2.
Q: General Application Information
Q: Application Processing and Time Frame
Q: Income Requirements
Q: Basic Criteria
Q: Credit Requirements:
Q: Application Fee
Q: Security Deposits & Risk Mitigation
Q: Rental History or Property Ownership
Q: Criminal Background
Q: Acceptance/Denial of an Application
Q: Multiple Applications
Q: Ideal Applicants & How To Make Your Application More Attractive
WE ARE PLEDGED TO THE LETTER AND SPIRIT OF THE U.S. POLICY FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY THROUGHOUT THE NATION. WE ENCOURAGE AND SUPPORT A PROGRAM IN WHICH THERE ARE NO BARRIERS TO OBTAINING HOUSING BECAUSE OF RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, HANDICAP, FAMILIAL STATUS, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.
We appreciate your interest in our available homes for lease offered by San Diego Residential Property Management. 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. San Diego Residential Property Management 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.
IMPORTANT RENTAL POLICIES
UTILITY SERVICES: Utility services must be put in tenant’s name effective on the possession date and proof of such supplied to the management office prior to the key’s being released to the tenant. If certain utility costs are processed through the management office, tenant responsible costs will be posted to the tenant’s ledger for payment.
RENTER’S INSURANCE: Tenant is required to maintain renter’s insurance during the entire term of the lease, with a minimum liability coverage in the amount of $100,000 for each accident or loss. The tenant’s proof of coverage for the renter’s insurance must be supplied to the management office at least three  days prior to the key’s being released to the tenant. The cost of the renter’s insurance policy is borne by the tenant. The policy must name San Diego Residential Property Management as certificate holder or additional interest.
PAYING RENT: Paying rent online is the safest and most convenient way to pay your rent. Login to the Tenant Portal using your email address and personal password. Follow the prompts to make a single payment or set-up recurring payments with email reminders to ensure rents are paid on time. Rents can also be paid with a personal check, cashier’s check or money order and mailed via USPS or dropped off in person at our office located at 16516 Bernardo Center Drive #330, San Diego, 92128. There is a secure mail slot at our front door where rents can be dropped 24/7.
RENT DUE DATE: All rents are due by the first day of the month. As a courtesy to our tenant’s, a grace period of four  days is granted. Therefore, if rent is not received by 5:00 p.m. on the fourth [4th] day of the month, late fees will apply.
LATE RENT: Any rent not received by 5:00 p.m. on the fourth [4th] day of the month is late and a late fee of 6% of the rental payment amount will be charged.
RETURNED PAYMENTS: If your electronic payment or check is returned by the bank for non-sufficient funds, closed account or any other reason, you will be charged a returned check fee of $35, plus a late fee of 6% of the rental payment amount if the replacement payment is not remitted by 5 p.m. on the fourth [4th] day of the month. After the second dishonored payment, the tenant will be required to pay future rental payments by a cashier’s check or money order for a minimum of three  months, or until a successful payment record is established as determined by the property manager. Electronic payment processing will not be available during this period.
MAINTENANCE REQUESTS: Requests for maintenance can most easily be made through the Tenant Portal or by placing a call to the management office. A work order will be generated, and the appropriate vendor will be dispatched. The vendor will contact you directly to set an appointment that is most convenient. If you wish to allow access while you are away, we will need written permission for the vendor to key in using our pass key for entry.
MOVING OUT: All tenancies, unless otherwise noted in your lease terms, require a written 30-day notice of your intent to move out. This is the case even when there is a specific ending date to your lease. Once we receive your notice, you will be contacted by the leasing team who will schedule your pre move-out and final walk through’s, and send you an email with specific information regarding the utilities, cleaning instructions and move-out procedures.
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Bob Davie is the Broker of Record and Co-Owner of San Diego Residential Property Management. Bob received his degree in Management from Arizona State University and has over 30 years of professional business experience including nearly two decades spent with major corporations such as Wendy’s International, Hallmark Cards and Unifund before starting San Diego Residential. Much of that time has been spent in the real estate, property management and finance fields where Bob has acquired tremendous expertise in marketing, handling landlord/tenant issues, communication, financial analysis for profitability, managing client expectations together with providing exemplary customer service.
Bob serves in leadership roles in several industry and community-based organizations. He is the past President of the local chapter of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, current state treasurer for Cal-NARPM, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of his local Rotary International Club. He is also a member of the San Diego Association of Realtors (SDAR), California Association of Realtors (CAR), National Association of Realtors (NAR), as well as the local Rancho Bernardo Business Association (RBBA). He volunteers his time to speak publicly on various real estate and property management related topics to local groups and organizations. Most recently, Bob has been appointed to the SDAR Grievance Committee. Bob and his wife Sharyn have three grown children and have lived in the inland North County area of San Diego since 1997.
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