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Onboarding Requirements

01.

Address of the Rental Property

Please provide the physical location of the rental property, including street address, city, and zip code.

02.

Title Holder’s Name

Indicate the legal entity or individual who holds the title to the property. It’s important to ensure this information matches official tax records.

03.

Utility Service Providers

List the companies responsible for providing essential utilities like electricity, water and gas to the rental property.

06.

HOA Management info

If the property is part of a homeowners’ association (HOA), include details about the management company and any pertinent contact information.

07.

Details for Home Warranty

If there is a home warranty in place for the property, provide the warranty details, including coverage information and contact numbers.

08.

Maintenance Service Providers

Include the names and contact information for service providers responsible for landscaping, pest control, and pool maintenance, if these services are applicable to the property.

09.

What if I do not know one of the answers?

If you are unsure or do not know an answer, please put “Unknown” in the answer field and our Team will piece together any missing information on your behalf

We make owning rental property easy

Renting your property shouldn’t be a hassle. It should give you a greater abundance of time, money, and energy. We’ve developed a team of A-Players who have made this a reality for over 1,000 San Diego property owners.
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