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Tenant Registration Questionnaire

I have been provided a link to the EPA pamphlet "Protect Your Family From Lead". I have read and understand all pages.
I have read the lead disclosure and agree to the terms and conditions. Lessor has no knowledge of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the building. Lessor has provided the lessee with all available records and reports pertaining to lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the building. Lessee has received copies of all information listed above.
I have read the Smoke & Carbon Monoxide detector addendum, and agree to the terms and conditions. Tenant acknowledges that they have read the addendum and agree to regularly test the smoke & CO detector(s) and report all malfunctions through the Report A Problem link on this website.
I have read the Burlington Noise Control Ordinance document. If the police notify management of an offense, it's considered grounds for eviction. Do you understand?

Lead Pamphlet

Lead Disclosure

Detector Addendum

Noise Ordinance

If there is laundry in your building, Tenant agrees that Management nor the Property Owners are responsible for damage to your belongings. Tenant also understands that there is a $20 fee for a replacement key. Tenant agrees to use the laundry facilities at their own risk to any illnesses, including but not limited to, Covid-19.
To apply for a parking permit, email a picture of the back of your vehicle to, download and fill out the parking permit application, sign and email or fax to 802-473-3149. If you are approved, management will issue a permit sticker.

Parking Permit Application

It is recommended, but not required, that all tenants be present to sign the inspection checklist form on check-in day. If you are not present, you waive the right to change or modify any check in forms. Do you understand?
General maintenance is to be reported on the website under the Report a Problem link. If you think it may be an emergency, you should also text Stacy at 802-324-2635 and she can let you know how to proceed. Do you understand?
Water and heating issues are considered urgent. It is your responsibility to report immediately. If it is determined the problem was not reported in a timely manner, damages are billable to the tenant. Do you understand?
Blockage of drains caused by feminine sanitary items, paper towels or other prohibited items are billable to the tenant. Do you understand?
In the winter you must maintain 65 degrees inside the unit at all times, even if you go out of town. You are required to notify management if you are leaving for an extended period of time. Any damages caused by frozen pipes are billable to the tenant. Heating the unit is your responsibility. Do you understand?
Parking is not included in your rent and should be considered a privilege. We can revoke vehicles or close our lots at any time. Do you understand?
Vehicles without a parking permit sticker will be towed or booted at the owner of the vehicles expense. Management charges $65.00 for booting vehicles. Do you understand?
We plow our lots if we receive 6 inches of fresh snow or more. Vehicles are required to be removed from the lot from 5am to 12noon. Vehicles left in the lot may be towed at the owner of the vehicles expense. Do you understand?
If a vehicle is blocking the lot from being plowed, it is our right to have the lot snow-blown and billed to the owner of the vehicle that is blocking the plow. Do you understand?
We are not responsible for any type of damage to your vehicle while you are parked in our lots. This includes damage from falling ice. Do you understand?
The only people allowed to stay in the unit are approved tenants. No guests are allowed past 7 days. It is up to management to determine if additional people are living within the unit and handle accordingly. Do you understand?
You are required to keep all common areas/decks/porches clean and clear. You are responsible to keep recycling bins in order and trash within the container. Bagged household trash only inside the containers. Do you understand?
Only outdoor furniture is permitted on decks and porches. No storage is allowed in these areas. You are required to keep these areas clean and clear. Do you understand?
You are not allowed on roofs without handrails. This is considered a safety issue. Damages to the roof are billable to the tenant. Do you understand?
No smoking or use of illegal drugs is permitted on the property. We have a zero tolerance policy for this behavior. The local authorities will be contacted to handle illegal activities. Do you understand?
If we receive notice of parties or repeat noise complaints, you can expect the following: Management will contact all cosigners, the university you attend for ethics violation, and/or begin the eviction process. Do you understand?
Tenants in good standing may be offered the opportunity for a lease extension. This is offered in late August/early September. Do you understand?
Due to housing demands, we start showing our units September 1st. We show Monday through Saturday between 10a and 7:30p. Do you understand?
You are expected to keep your unit neat and clean for showings. After a second written warning of violation, you will be required to pay for future showings at your apartment at the cost of $50 per day. Do you understand?
With written warnings of violation, if it is determined that your apartment is not rent-able due to its condition, you will be held legally responsible for rental payments until the unit is re-rented. Do you understand?
Burlington city ordinance restricts the use of grills on decks or porches; our policy also includes common areas. Do you understand?
At the end of your lease, if items that are deducted from your security deposit are disputed with the Housing Board, and sided with the owner/management, then we will file with small claims court for lost time/expenses. Do you understand?
Your lease states that you must have the carpets cleaned at the end of your lease term. Keep your receipt for proof of this service and notify us that it has been completed. Do you understand?
You are required to replace the burner pans on the stove upon move out, if they are not cleanable or are otherwise unusable for the next tenant(s). If they are not cleanable, the charge to replace them will be deducted from your deposit upon move out. Do you understand?
You are required to maintain a renters insurance policy with $300,000 in minimum personal liability coverage during your entire lease term. The certificate should list the Landlord as Lessor, and provide the property address. You are required to email or fax a copy of your insurance certificate to or 802-473-3149. Do you understand?
Vermont’s Universal Recycling Law (Act 148) requires all food scraps to be kept out of the trash after July 1, 2020. CSWD recommends that all property owners and managers provide options that enable tenants to comply with this law so a bucket will be provided for your use. Disposal of compost is the responsibility of the tenant. Do you understand?

Food scraps pamphlet

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