In order to help you we have compiled a list of things you need to know.
Showing the unit can be as easy as one, two, three. St. Paul at Chase Condominium has a security system and front desk staff that stops unwanted strangers from accessing the building. Our rules are simple, unless you live here you don't go up without prior consent. All agents must obtain permission to show the unit by contacting the owner and current occupant. Our front desk needs a key release signed by the owner or the tenant before you are allowed to show the unit. If the unit is occupied we need to call up for permission to enter. If the unit is empty a key release signed by the owner is all that is necessary. No key release, and you will have to reschedule your appointment and obtain a key release.
Rules, Rules, Rules. All condominiums have rules and regulations that the Association compiles, votes on, and finally approves. Any one living at St. Paul at Chase must follow the rules set down by the Council of Unit Owners. It's always helpful to have access to these rules should a potential client have questions. You will be able to obtain a copy from the unit owner or condominium office.
You made the sale and now your client needs to know some basic information about moving in. You need to provide them with what to do. To make it easier we have provided the information on this page. Just scroll down.
new resident information
Only the freight elevator will be used for moving into or out of the building.
Moves will not be approved prior to payment of a $200 non-refundable moving fee and a $300.00 damage deposit. Following any move, the common areas and elevator will be inspected for damage and if damage has occurred, costs to do the repair(s) will be deducted from the deposit amount.
Move-ins will not be approved until a copy of the settlement sheet (for owners), and/or a fully executed lease (for tenants), has been provided to the condominium office for retention in the condominium unit file.
Moves (in or out) will be permitted only between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. No moves will be permitted after 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or at all on weekends and holidays.
- Deliveries of furniture, building materials or heavy items will be treated as a move-in and the above procedures will apply. If the elevator is to be used, only the condominium manager may waive the fee and damage deposit.
No owner shall permit or allow a residential unit to be regularly occupied by a greater number of residents than:
|One bedroom unit||2 persons|
|Two bedroom unit||4 persons|
|Three bedroom unit||6 persons|
The term "regular occupancy" shall mean occupancy of a unit by any person or persons for a period in excess of thirty (30) days on any one occasion with a limit of sixty (60) cumulative days in any one calendar year.
Owners shall provide the condominium management office with a true copy of the fully executed lease pertaining to any tenant(s) being approved for move-in. The lease shall list the authorized occupants and shall specifically provide that the tenant agrees to fully abide by all of the provisions of the condominium documents, by-laws and rules and regulations and that any failure to do so shall constitute a default of the lease. The unit owner(s) shall be fully responsible for his / her / their tenant as set forth in Rule #1 of the St. Paul at Chase Condominium Rules and Regulations, revised August 20, 1997. No lease shall be for a term less than twelve calendar months. Sub-leases between the lessee (tenant) and others are specifically prohibited.
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