As I am sure you can appreciate, it takes us a lot of time to create a new lease agreement. To offset this cost, we charge a lease origination fee everytime we have to underwrite a new lease. This would include: adding or removing individuals from the agreement, adding or removing pets from the lease, or sending a new lease agreement if you choose to renew at the end of the initial term. Unfortunately, we cannot waive this for any reason due to discrimination laws that are in place in Utah.
Articles in this section
- I paid rent 1 minute late. Can you waive the late fee?
- I received an email that you will be conducting an inspection at my property. What does this mean?
- I won't be able to pay rent on the due date. What happens next?
- I want to break my lease. What options do I have?
- What will you be doing when you complete an inspection of my property?
- I received notice that you will be conducting an inspection. How can I reschedule it?
- I noticed the fee "administrative rental income" on my ledger. What is that?
- I don't want to renew my lease. Why won't you accommodate a month to month tenancy?
- What is the charge "lease origination fee" on my tenant ledger?
- I have guests staying at my property. Is that okay?