Property Management Company In San Diego Publishes Post On Rental Leases

July 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Melroy Property Management, a property management and investment business based in San Diego, California, has announced that they have recently published an article on their blog site, focusing on rental leases and how tenants may be able to break the lease by legally claiming a pre-designated exception. Property managers at Melroy Properties are able to anticipate such problems and are proactive in preventing them.

Vida Melroy, a spokesperson for Melroy Property Management, says, “The rental lease contract is effectively an agreement that the leasing party will pay the manager a specific amount of money in exchange for the right to legally occupy the space for a designated duration of time. Regardless of the details, the lease is typically an enforceable agreement that designates legal authority to collect the rental fees unless a tenant can legally claim a pre-designated exception. This is the basic element of property management in San Diego, and all professional leasing agents know these problems can arise for their tenants.”

One such condition is unacceptable maintenance. The law requires landlords to maintain the property that they are offering for rent for regular occupancy. A tenant can send a written notice to the landlord and then file a claim with a government agency. That tenant can often break a lease when the landlord fails to repair the problem shortly after receiving the notice. By ensuring that the property is regularly maintained and all needed repairs are attended to, the property management San Diego company can help the property owner avoid such problems.

Another condition is unlawful entry. Landlords are typically not allowed by law to enter a tenant’s unit without at least 24-hour notification. And even with a notification, there are some restrictions with regards to a valid request for entry. Any unlawful entry incidents can be used by the tenant to break the lease. Property managers are knowledgeable about such restrictions and will ensure that they comply with them to avoid problems with the rental lease.

Military assignment is another potential basis for a tenant to legally break a rental lease. This is because military personnel do not have any control on where they are assigned. Property managers know about this condition and anticipate such a possibility when renting to military tenants.

Domestic violence is another issue that can allow a tenant to end a lease. Those who have been victims of domestic violence can often break a lease by claiming safety issues in some cases. However, such incidents should be reported to the police for appropriate documentation. Property managers are well aware of such potential problems and always strive to make their facilities safe for all tenants.

Notwithstanding the above exceptions, it is important to understand that tenants cannot simply break a rental lease without some legal action being taken against them. Leases are generally binding contracts with only a few loopholes. Thus, entering into a lease contract is a serious financial transaction that should be carefully assessed beforehand by the leasing party.

Melroy Property Management offers various services to property owners. These include leasing services, portfolio management, tenant retention, renovations, maintenance, emergency service, and accounting services. Tenant retention is important for the industry. The goal of the property management company is to find the right balance of addressing both the owner’s needs and those of the tenants. And then there are property related emergencies that can happen any time. If such are not addressed promptly, the reputation of the property can be severely damaged, making it very difficult to find tenants.

Melroy Property Management is a company that is composed of property managers who live and work in the San Diego area. The benefit for property owners is that the property managers would be able to negotiate for the best price for their clients' rental property. This is because they are familiar with the local conditions. People who need more information about the services offered by Melroy Property Management can visit their website at They may also contact them by phone or through email.


For more information about Melroy Property Management, contact the company here:

Melroy Property Management
Vida Melroy
(858) 780-5111
4241 Jutland Drive Suite 201 San Diego, CA 92117

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