Emergency and Service Setup/Maintenance Contacts

If an emergency repair situation should occur, contact us as soon as possible of the nature of the problem and repair required. Use common sense in what constitutes an emergency. Necessary emergency repairs will be reimbursed by being deducted from rent as described in your lease. Non emergency repairs must be approved prior to service or they will not be reimbursed. Just call us and let us know what's going on, and we'll get you service as soon as possible.

City of Asheville: water/sewer/garbage (828) 251-1122 • Website
Blossman Gas: Heating oil (828) 251-0027 • Website
Duke Energy Carolinas: Electric 1 (800) 452-2777 • Website
AT&T: Land line/DSL 1 (888) 757-6500 • Website
Charter: Cable tv/internet 1 (800) 955-7766 • Website

 

Downloadable Forms (.pdf)

Rental Application Consent to Credit Check
Pet Addendum Lease
Intent to Vacate Move-out cleaning requirements

 

Renter's Insurance

We strongly recommend you have a renter's insurance policy wherever you decide to rent. The following information came from the Geico website, but please contact your own insurance provider for more information on getting a policy.

Your landlord’s policy will not cover your personal property. The property insurance policy that covers the physical dwelling you live in does not cover your possessions inside of the building. A renter’s insurance policy (also known as a tenant’s policy) provides protection for your personal property, such as furniture or electronic equipment, in case of perils like fire, theft or wind damage from a hurricane.

Renter’s insurance provides liability protection. Unintentional bodily injury or property damage that you cause to others could be as financially damaging to you as a fire in your apartment. Liability protection against accidental occurrences (such as a visitor slipping on your wet kitchen floor and breaking an arm) comes standard with renter’s insurance policies.

Renter’s insurance is cheap. Compared to the amount of property you could stand to lose in the event of a severe loss at your residence, renter’s insurance is cheap. According to the IIABA, the average cost of renter's insurance is approximately $20 per month.

Fair Housing Act

Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (Fair Housing Act), as amended, prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings, and in other housing-related transactions, based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women, and people securing custody of children under the age of 18), and handicap (disability).



 

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