Why use Brecksville, OH Property Management company?

Brecksville OH Property Manager

Brecksville Property Management gave me a tour of this historic site of Jonas Coonrad Home after directing my new home in town (Photo of Jonas Coonrad Home from Wikipedia)

Why use a Brecksville, OH Property Management professional property manager? Consider the following. You can feel secure as you use our Brecksville professional services which work as a system to protect you while maximizing your return on your property investment. Owner clients have reduced risk with our leasing and tenant guarantees as well as our easy out agreement. Save money and get your house leased quickly with our professional videos, pictures and descriptions being exposed on 100s of websites and way more. Our 7 point screening process gives owners the best possible chance of getting a great tenant. Rely on our experience to most efficiently prepare your house for rent and select an ideal rental rate. Landlords can rest easy, and get an uninterrupted night’s sleep, knowing our 24 x 7 take that midnight call and dispatch help as necessary. Be in the know and head off potential problems before with exhaustive property walk through video reports. We handle all bothersome collection and emotionally draining collections calls so focus on the parts of your life you actually enjoy. No tax worries this year when you prepare your taxes because all of the reports will be neatly delivered with your 1099. You have the option to lease, rent to own and / or sell your home, simultaneously, if you desire.


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Brecksville, OH rental registration occupancy permits and other required paperwork

The county auditor may impose upon any person who violates this section a special assessment on the residential rental property that is the subject of the violation that is not less than fifty dollars or more than one hundred fifty dollars. Such special assessment may be appealed to the county board of revision. http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/5323.99 Ohio Revised Code Rental Registration Law: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/5323. How to go about changing the address on tax bills: First, go to their website treasurer.cuyahogacounty.us. Second, find in the middle of the page forms or links for a change of address. Lastly, once information is submitted, the change will take approximately 24 hours to become in effect. Or http://rtsl.us/psr- will take you right to the form that you need to electronically submit.

You must obtain a certificate of occupancy prior to a person occupying a rental. Application for a certificate of occupancy shall be made separately for each rental unit by supplying necessary information to determine compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulations for the existing use or occupancy or the intended use or occupancy on forms supplied by the Building Commissioner. The required information to obtain this certificate are: the name, address and telephone number of the owner of the property; the name, address and telephone number of the resident agent of the property if one is required; the address of the property and the number of rental units contained within the property; the current name, address, business and/or home telephone number of the persons who, since the last application, have been occupying each rental unit, and the address or other identification of the rental unit that they occupy; and the name, address, and telephone number of the building superintendent, janitor or caretaker, or the person who is responsible for the maintenance of the property. A certificate of occupancy is issued after an interior and exterior inspection are completed. The certificate of occupancy is not valid past December 31st of the fifth calendar year subsequent to its issuance or upon the rental or re-rental of the rental unit which occurs at least two but less than five years after its issuance whichever event occurs first. Every application for occupancy or renewal requires a $25.00 nonrefundable fee. An application for renewal of a certificate of occupancy must be submitted to the Building Commissioner no earlier than 30 days prior to its expiration date and no later than its expiration date. Frequency of inspections depends upon the amount of complaints received or upon reasonable suspicion by the Building Commissioner. If the owner of the rental property is not a resident of Cuyahoga County, the owner must provide a name, address, and telephone number of someone who is a resident of Cuyahoga County for the purpose of receiving notices of inspection, order, etc.


Brecksville utility companies, contact information and policy

Water – Cleveland Water

Phone: (216) 664-3130

Fax: 216-664-3038

Email: websiteinquiries@clevelandwater.com

Url: http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/CityofCleveland/Home/Government/CityAgencies/PublicUtilities

Notes: The utility must stay in the landlord’s name. A tenant may create a sub account under their name but in order for them to do that, the tenant must go to the water company’s office and provide a copy of the lease agreement, valid ID, and whatever the deposit may be for the property. The security deposit vary from property to property.

The bill will be sent to the account holder and if there is another sub account the bill will also be sent to that account, you cannot request multiple bills to be sent out. The Property Management Agreement is sufficient enough to allow us to start service or change an existing account.


Sewer – Brecksville

Phone: 440-526-1384

Fax: 440-526-7721

Url: http://www.brecksville.oh.us/


Notes: City of Brecksville does not supply utilities, City of Cleveland does.


Trash – Brecksville

Same as above.


Gas – Dominion Gas

Phone: 800-362-7557, 216-736-5313

Fax: 1-866-452-3940

Url: https://www.dom.com/dominion-east-ohio/

Notes: Utility must be in the landlord’s name if it is a single meter property, if there are multiple meters the tenant may then have the utility in their name. Proof of tenancy is only required if there is an outstanding balance or if it is suspected that one of the persons in the home owes the utility company or has committed Gas theft. Proof of tenancy would be id and lease documents.  

If you are starting or transferring service to five or more properties, you must fax information to RESEARCH AND RESOLUTION DEPARTMENT. The information they require are the business name, tax number (if you are not transferring a company, you will need the individual’s social security number), name of person responsible for the account, number of contact person, address to send the bill to, contact person and number in the case that an appointment for hook up needs to be scheduled. There is only one allowed billing address, however, a landlord can have a notification set up if the property is scheduled to have the gas disconnected or if the tenant has scheduled to have the gas turned off. A Property Management Agreement between the landlord and us is acceptable to make changes to service. Meters are read monthly and billing is done monthly, unless there has been a transfer of service in the middle of a billing cycle.


Electric – The Illuminating Company

Phone: 800-589-3101

Url: http://rtsl.us/pss5

Notes: Utility can be in either landlord or tenant’s name. Security deposit will vary upon predicted usage on property and a credit check will be run. There is only need for proof of residency when the person owes money or has continuously been late on paying the bill.

A copy of the bill can only be sent to the account holder. Security deposit will be refunded after one year of not having a late payment or if management discontinues the service prior to that one year. A Property Management Agreement is sufficient for any change on the account. The billing for this company can very from city to city. For example, every 14 days, every 30 days, every 17 days. You have to check on each property what the billing may be.


Cable – Time Warner Cable

Phone: 877-772-2253

Fax: 330-633-7970

Url: http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential-home.html


Telephone – AT&T

Phone: 800-288-2020

Fax: 302-655-5049

Url: http://www.att.com/

Notes: This is also the same as U-Verse. This service can be put into the tenant’s name. This is done by a ‘Name of Change Responsibility’ form. The company MUST speak with person who is having the service installed. There is a credit check done, however, it is very rare that a security deposit will be required. Only required in extreme cases where the person owes hundreds to the company. The person connecting the service will need to provide name, date of birth and social security number.

If the service is initially in the landlord’s name, the landlord must call AT&T, let them know that there will be a change of ownership of the account, then the tenant must call and provide information. The switch of service from landlord to tenant is instant as of the tenant calling. The information cannot be faxed and a Property Management Agreement is not acceptable. Also, this company does not utilize multiple billing in anyway, only the owner of the account can receive information or change information on the account. The bill will come out monthly on the date that service has commenced.


About Brecksville, OH

Brecksville, Ohio is located in the northeastern region of Cleveland. According to the 2010 Census, it contains a population of almost 14,000 people. Brecksville is known for its wooded hills and ravines. Its beautiful nature and the vibe it gives off attracts many people. The are a lot of things to do including visiting the Metro Parks which are located next to most of the neighborhoods. Within the metroparks are many events and activities for all ages. The zip code is 44141 and the area code is 440.

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