Spray Property Management
Welcome, prospective and current residents! This section of our website was
designed especially for you.
The information that follows will give you helpful information and to make
your stay with satisfying and hassle free. If you have questions or comments,
please let us know
Rental Application Guidelines & Qualifications
Thank you for your interest in renting
a property managed by Spray Property Management.
The following guidelines will assist in
processing your application in the most timely and efficient manner possible.
- You will be given a rental application where all pages
must be filled out in its entirety. If an item on the form is not
applicable, please respond N/A (not applicable).
- Each adult person must complete a separate application.
Co-Signers (guarantors) must complete an application.
- A valid driver's license, state ID or passport is
required along with a verifiable social security number.
- On page 2 of the application we request DATE, SIGNATURE
and ADDRESS of the property for which you are applying. We cannot process
your application without these three items.
- We must be able to verify your employment, income and
previous rental history. Please make sure the telephone numbers you
provide are accurate and include area codes. A current pay stub with
year-to-date information is best for income verification. Should you be
self-employed, an independent contractor or hold company ownership, a copy
of your most recent tax return and current bank statements will be
- We require combined applicants' current gross income to
be approximately two times the total monthly rent.
- We require combined applicants to have good credit and
reference history. Your credit history will be verified by a credit
- An application fee per person must be provided with
each application. Married couples can be combined under a single
application. Make your check payable to Spray Property Management. The
application fee includes the credit report fee plus court records,
employment, and reference checks.
- Upon approval of your application, the security deposit
/ holding deposit and first month's rent must be paid in full with a
CASHIER'S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER (ONLY). Personal checks are accepted
beginning with the second month's rent.
- Our maximum occupancy standard is one occupant per
bedroom plus one, i.e. 2 occupants for a one bedroom, 3 for a two bedroom, etc.
here for the application form
Spray Property Management is an
Equal Housing Opportunity supporter, committed to providing excellent service
to all in an efficient and friendly manner. Should you have any questions,
please let us know!
first month’s rent and security deposit must be paid in the form of a
CASHIER’S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER payable to Spray Property Management, due
before or at the time the Lease is signed. Future rent payments may
be paid by personal checks.
Holding Deposit Agreement may be required to reserve your rental home
before the Move-In date with payment required in the form of a cashier’s
check or money order.
payments are accepted from tenants listed on the lease (only).
Rent is due and payable on the 1st of each month and charges will apply
for late payments per your lease agreement.
remember always include your rental street address and unit on the face of
the check for proper credit! If using “bill pay” or
similar electronic banking include street address and unit in the “memo”
section for prompt credit. Your bank will provide information on timing of
Property or Resident Manager will be your contact person for all issues
that may arise as long as you reside at the property. We request
that all maintenance requests to be presented in writing.
when you Move-Out, you must provide an advance 30-Day Written Notice to Vacate.
Please note, however, that you will be responsible for the terms of your
Lease should you decide to vacate before Lease expiration. We do not
allow early termination of Leases until a qualified replacement party is
found at the expense of the out-going resident.
These are the guidelines followed by Spray Property Management. We believe
that they are the fairest, most reasonable guidelines as well as being highly
protective of your rights as a tenant
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Consumer Affairs: A Guide to Residential Tenants' and Landlords' Rights and
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Tenant After-Hours Information
- If your kitchen or bathroom sink has a leak: please call the office
- If your power is out:
first check your breaker panel. Before contacting your Property Manager,
check with SDGE at 1-800-611-7343 to see if there are scheduled or
reported outages in your area. If there are no scheduled or reported
outages, please wait until the next business day to contact your Property
Manager unless it is on a Friday or Saturday then you may call the office
- If you smell gas in your house: please contact SDGE at 1-800-411-7343 immediately.
- If you are locked out of your house: please call a locksmith. We do not have access to keys
- If your refrigerator is not working: first unplug the unit and plug it back in securely. If
it still doesn’t turn on, please wait until the next business day to
contact your Property Manager
- Noise complaint:
either call the police or wait until the next business day to contact your
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