How do I view a property?
Call our office between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. We will answer questions about the property for you. Once you have driven by the property and still have an interest, then you can call back to schedule a showing.
What are the qualifications to rent?
To rent one of our homes we require verifiable gross income of approximately 3 times the rent. You must also have a recent good rental reference or mortgage payment history. Your credit history must indicate that you pay your bills on time.
How can I pay rent?
We accept Venmo, PayPal, and cash app.
What is the deposit?
On most properties, one full month of rent is due as a security deposit.
When is my rent due?
All rents are due in our office before end of business the 5th day of each month. Late fees are assessed after the 5th.
Can I have pets?
All properties are different and some do allow pets. You will have to speak to the leasing agent for full details. Any properties allowing pets will charge a non-refundable pet fee of $350.00 for 1 pet and $500.00 for multiple pets.
What about utilities?
On most properties, all utilities must be placed in your name.
What about repairs?
While a tenant, if you have problems that arise, simply call our office and report the problem. Barkley Properties is not responsible for minor maintenance and upkeep.
What about remodeling or updating property?
You cannot change anything (paint, walls, etc.) in or on a property without written permission from Barkley Properties.
Do you have a wait list?
Often, as soon as we advertise an availability, we get lots of calls and the home gets rented very quickly. If you have called about a property that is no longer available and would like to be added to our waiting list, contact us. Please include your name, phone number, requested move-in date, and the area of town in which you are looking to rent. The next time a unit is available, BEFORE WE PLACE AN AD, we will call those on our waiting list FIRST!
Note: Full details are contained in the lease you will sign with Barkley Properties. It is your responsibility to read and understand all covenants contained therein.
If you have further questions...
Please contact our office if you have further questions about renting an available property. We are more than happy to answer any and all questions that we can for you.