Your lease agreement states that we may enter the property at any time with or without notice; however, this is primarily only utilized for emergencies that might require us or the owner immediate access. We do respect your privacy and strive to always give you proper notice of entry. Whether it is a security, pet, or maintenance inspection, chances are we will be visiting the property at some point throughout your tenancy. If this is the case, you will receive an email from our inspection team at the beginning of the month letting you know that the inspection will be completed. At least two days before the actual inspection you will receive another email letting you know when the inspection is scheduled for. In order to keep you informed, please make sure you provide us with a good email to reach you. Unfortunately, we are unable to schedule specific appointment times due to the sheer volume of inspections that we must complete each month; however, you may respond to the email that is sent by our team with any special requests and we will do our best to accommodate. Most of our tenants are concerned for the safety of their pets. Our team loves animals and most will warm up to us after a few minutes. If you are worried that your pet might be aggressive or nervous, we recommend putting them in a bedroom or leaving them outside on the day of your inspection.
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