Millennium Apartments
9505 Blackwood Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33967

When should you contact your Property Manager?

When should you contact your Property Manager?

When should you contact your Property Manager?

Most homes for rent have issues from time to time and not every renter knows that they can call their property manager to deal with these issues. So, when should you contact your property manager?

  1. 1. Safety/Security

    You should always feel safe at home. If at any time you feel as though the security of your home has been compromised, don’t hesitate to call your landlord.

  2. 2. Emergency Situations

    Emergency situations that you need to call your property manager for include fixing dim lights, leaking water pipes, gas leak, and any other time-sensitive issues.

  3. 3. Home maintenance

    Maintaining the infrastructure of your home for rent in is not your job, as you do not own the property. As a renter, you have the right to call upon your landlord to fix an annoyance occurring in your home..

  4. 4. Moving into or out of the home

    Every question you may have about moving should be forwarded to your property manager. Contact your property manager with any questions you may have about moving in or out of your home.