Listing Agent FAQ
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- Use Empires robust application system
- Empire performs tenant screening for you
- Empire prepares the lease for you
- Empire gets the security deposit for you
- Empire picks up the key and meets with the resident for you
We have Worked With Many Agents Please Review These FAQ’s
Where do I send prospective applicants?
Who Processes the Application?
Who determines if app is approved/denied?
Who creates the lease?
Empire does. We use our lease and addendum's.
When Does Empire Take Over Management?
Empire takes over management upon commencement date on the lease.
Who schedules maintenance, landscaping and cleaning for the property while it is vacant?
This is the responsibility of the listing agent. However, if you would like to use Empire for the work call our office and we will schedule accordingly.
Who is responsible for utilities?
Empire will turn on/off all utilities if the utilities are not currently on.
Who is responsible for rekeying the property?
Empire will rekey the property once the resident moves in..
Who is responsible for getting the security deposit?
The tenant will drop off the security deposit to Empire Industries. Empire will inform you once we receive the deposit.
Who is responsible for meeting with the residents?
Empire meets with everyone of our residents for the welcoming orientation. We go over the lease, addendums and our resident handbook, receive money and give them keys.
If you get the money, how do I get paid?
You can pick up the first month rent made out to your broker or we can mail it to you.
Who gets the money?
Empire will receive all funds when they meet with the resident during the welcoming process.
Who gets the keys from the property?
Empire will get the keys and bring them to our office. You will still have to go to the property to remove your sign and lockbox.
What if my client still has stuff in their house?
It must be removed prior to resident moving in. It must be disclosed to us which items are not staying in the house.