Emergency Maintenance Procedures
Learn how the lease defines Emergencies
and the procedures Mitchell Properties uses to respond.
|Routine Maintenance Procedures
Routine property maintenance is a very serious matter with
Mitchell Properties. Our properties must remain in
good repair and fully operational.
|Tenant Maintenance Responsibilities
Single-family homes and townhomes are maintained differently
than apartments. In an apartment community, there is
usually a full-time employee on staff responsible
specifically for property repairs.
|Rent Payment Options
Mitchell Properties offers several easy payment methods.
We accept cash, personal checks, electronic funds transfer,
and online payments.
|Rent Payment Procedures
As required by the lease, rent is due on the first day of
each calendar month. If the first day of a calendar
month falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a holiday, payment on
the next business day by noon is acceptable.
|The Rent Collection Process
The process of
collecting rent on past due accounts is an arduous,
stressful process and requires strict understanding and
compliance with Georgia's landlord / tenant laws.
|Early Lease-Termination Information
The lease may offer an option to terminate the lease early
or a tenant may be unable to fulfill the lease commitment.
Early termination can be a simple or complex process.
|Tenant Move-Out Process
Tenants may terminate their lease early--without penalty--on
the lease expiration date provided that the tenant has
submitted written notice of intent to terminate at least
sixty (60) calendar days prior to the lease expiration date.
|Showing the Property Prior to Move-Out
During the final days of occupancy, it is critical that
tenants continue to comply with all of the terms of the
lease agreement. The lease specifically states how
tenants must be prepared to make the property available to
be previewed by prospective tenants.
|The Return of Security Deposits
Mitchell Properties wants nothing more than to return 100%
of each tenant's security deposit.