Residents

Prospective Residents

If you are in the market for your perfect rental home, you have come to the right place. As a prospective tenant, we can help you through the process of finding and applying for the home of your dreams. Once you are a resident, we have a suite of tools to make your rental experience the best it can be.

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Prospective Resident Resources

Current Residents

For our current residents we have a complete set of tools and procedures to make your stay with us more comfortable and rewarding. Use our website to submit any maintenance requests, pay your rent, or just to drop us a line. We love to hear from our residents.

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Current Resident Resources

Prospective Resident Questions

1How long does it take once I apply to get approve?
After you submit your application, you should know if you are approved or not within 24hrs to 72hrs depending on the time it takes to get your employment verification and rental history back.
2Why is the admin fee so high?
At Sunshine, we do not charge deposits so this number is similar and in many instances lower than what you would pay at a company that charges deposits.

Current Resident Questions

1What do I do if I can't pay my rent on time?
Please contact the office the moment that you know this will happen and not after you are already late. At Sunshine Property Management we don't encourage paying late but "we care" and we understand that in some instances a family emergency can occur or a lost of a loved one and we take pride in doing everything that we can to assist and ensure that you still get the rent paid.
2Who do I contact if I have an issue with the office staff that is unresolved?
First, we apologize for the misunderstanding or delay but you can contact one of our Regional Managers at cortez.o@sunshinepmg.com or marci.n@sunshinepmg.com. It depends on which property you live on but they will get in contact with you within 24hrs to get your matter resolved. If the issue is a Fire, Life or Safety issue, please ensure that you contact the local Police or Fire Department first and then us.
3Once my lease is up, can I just move and leave the property?
Our lease agreement is in compliance with Georgia Tenant and Landlord Laws and we require a 60 day notice prior to moving during your lease period and a 30 day notice once you are considered month to month. Please use this example. (If John Doe's lease ends on November 31st 2016, John Doe would need to submit a written notice to the office that he intends to move no later than the last day in the month of September. That would cover the entire 60 day notice period. From October 1st 2016 to November 30th 2016 would give you a true 60 day notice.

Now, let's assume that your lease has already expired. This would make you considered Month to Month. Please note that you may be required to pay a fee for this (Housing Assistance Program Recipients Excluded from this). Once you lease expires, we only require a 30 day notice period. Using the same lease end date of November 31st 2016, let's imagine that you are thinking of moving before or after the new year. You will need to plan your move 30 days ahead. If todays date was December 2nd 2016 then your notice would have to be to move January 2nd 2017 or later (30 days out).
4People are making noise outside and I am trying to sleep. What do I do?
Our lease and our standard is 24/7 no loitering in the hallway stairway breezeways, walkways or parking lots. Please contact management if this is happening and contact us if it continues after management has addressed it. We apologise but in many instances we are unaware and need your help with reporting this within your and our community. Thank You for being like family!

Maintenance

1Water Leaks | Please report to management immediately. If you delay you may be charged.

Some of the normal wear and tear water issues that you may encounter are:

  • Kitchen or Bathroom faucet drip
  • Shower Head or Tub dripping
  • Bottom of Kitchen cabinet leaks
  • My ceiling has a stain on it
  • Each issue has a different needs and should be reported to the office immediately to avoid extra water charges.
2Electrical | In some cases in your apartment a circuit breaker may go bad or a light switch.
  • try to turn your breaker off then on and that should resolve the issue if not, call maintenance.
  • If you notice that you plug something in and you keep losing power in a room, that the circuit is overloaded and it is tripping the breaker. Try to unplug some high power items that you are not currently using, switch the breaker back on and continue.

Overview

There are many reasons why you may choose to rent. Perhaps you are not certain where you want live, or maybe you are only in the area temporarily. Maybe you’re working on your credit so you can buy. On the other hand, some people honestly prefer renting—after all, there is a lot of stress involved with home ownership. If you are considering a rental apartment in the Atlanta area, Sunshine Property Management is the affordable choice! We offer a number of properties around the area—so you can easily find something within your budget. Plus, our superior service doesn’t stop after you become a tenant. We offer excellent service—both online and in person, so it is always simple to pay your rent, request maintenance or ask us a question. Don’t waste time looking at apartments alone. Let us help you find the perfect place to call home.