Residential Property Management
Whether it's a single-family home in the suburbs or a condo near the beach, we have rentals to fit both your lifestyle and budget. And once you're an AMG Props resident, we'll take great care of you!
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What's Available For Rent
We're here to help you find your next home. Take a look at available apartments, condos, single-family homes, and more that you can rent here in the San Diego area.
Submit Your Rental Application
If you've found a home you'd love to rent, the first step is to fill out an application. Before you begin, make sure you have everything on this checklist ready:
- $45 for the application fee
- Proof of your income, such as pay stubs
- Contact information for references
- Your rental history and landlord information
- A list of co-applicants/occupants
Why Investors & Residents Love AMG Props
I live out of state and have had AMG Props take care of my property since 2012. They have done a phenomenal job of handling any issues related to the property and tenants...in the last 7 years my property has never sat vacant for more than 2 months. They are on top of of vacating tenants and immediately get the property reading for the next clients.
What is the application process and policy?
The first step is to complete an online application and pay the $40 application fee. Each person that's over 18 years old will need to do this. Once we receive your application, we'll run your credit and begin a background check. We'll then contact you within 2-4 days to let you know whether your application has been approved and you've been selected. Please note that we work on a first-come, first-served basis. We also do not rent to anyone who has an unpaid eviction on their record.
What is your hold policy?
We do not put holds on properties. We screen on a first-come, first-served basis, and the first qualified candidate that provides all the information we've requested and who meets our minimum requirements will be selected for the property.
What should I know about the security deposit?
Landlords can require up to two times the monthly rent for a security deposit on unfurnished rental units or three times the monthly rent for furnished units. However, most landlords require less. Everything you pay when you move in outside of your rent is considered security. It's all potentially 100% refundable.
How long does a landlord have to refund a security deposit?
Landlords are required to send residents an itemized accounting of their security deposit within 21 days of move-out. The statement must list the amount the landlord is retaining and any amount that's refunded. However, landlords do have an option to send an interim accounting within 21 days if there is good cause for a delay. In that instance, a final accounting is required within 14 days after the full itemized accounting is completed.
What is a livable (tenantable) condition?
To be deemed livable, a rental unit must have the following:
- - No leaks in the roof, walls, and windows
- - Working plumbing or gas facilities
- - Hot and cold running water that's connected to a sewage disposal system
- - A working heating system
- - Electrical lighting and wiring that's in working order
- - Grounds that are kept clean, sanitary, and free from garbage, rodents, and vermin
- - An adequate number of garbage cans or dumpsters that are in good repair
- - Floors, stairways, and railings that are in good repair
What if I can't pay my rent on time?
If you're a resident and you expect you'll be late paying your rent, speak with your landlord as soon as possible to see if suitable arrangements can be made. If arrangements can't be made, landlords do have the right to give you a three-day notice to pay or quit. At this point, if you fail to pay within three days, your landlord can file an Unlawful Detainer complaint (eviction) against you in court.
Can a landlord or manager enter a resident’s rental unit?
A landlord or property manager may enter a unit without notice in cases of emergency or tenant abandonment or surrender. For any other reason, a landlord must give reasonable written notice for a valid reason, such as to perform a repair or alteration, show the unit (to prospective buyers, residents, contractors, lenders, or repair workers), or conduct an inspection related to a tenant's security deposit.
The landlord must conduct noticed entry during normal business hours unless the resident consents otherwise. They must also provide 24-hour notice, which has been deemed reasonable by the courts. Additionally, the notice must be personally delivered, left with an adult at the premises or at or near the entry door. A landlord may also mail the notice, but they'll need to allow six days between mailing and entry.
There is one exception during the sale of a property. Oral notice may be allowed at that time as long as specific procedures are followed.
We'd Love To Hear From You
Are you looking for a company that provides full-service property management in San Diego? Or are you an AMG Props resident and have questions? Let's connect!