Involving Your Apartment
• The right to live in decent, safe, and sanitary housing that is free from environmental hazards such as lead-based paint hazard.
• The right to have repairs performed in a timely manner, upon request, and to have a quality maintenance program run by management.
• The right to be given reasonable notice, in writing, of an none emergency inspection or other entry into your apartment.
To Your Landlord & Management Agent
• Complying with the rules and guidelines that govern your lease.
• Paying the correct amount of rent on a timely basis each month.
• Providing accurate information to the management agent regarding maintenance issues.
• Reporting any maintenance emergency issues to the management agent as soon as possible
To The Building & To your Fellow Residents
• Conducting yourself in a manner that will not disturb your neighbors.
• Not engaging in criminal activity in the unit, common area, or grounds.
• Keeping your unit clean and not littering the grounds or common areas.
• Disposing of garbage and waste in a proper manner.
• Complying with local codes that affect the health or safety of the residence.
• Maintaining your apartment and common areas in the same general physical condition as when you moved in.
• Reporting any apparent environmental hazards to the management, such as peeling paint—which is a hazard if it is a lead-based paint—and any defects in building systems, fixtures, appliances, or other parts of the unit, the grounds, or related facilities.