FAQ - Applying for a Rental Property
Where is Sunden Management Located?
Sunden Management is located at unit #30-750 Fortune Drive. Our office is located above BMO. There is a breeze way with a stairwell that will take you up stairs and our office is to the left. For more information please give us a call at 250-376-0062
How do I view one of Sunden Managements rental properties?
To view one of our rental properties we require a viewing application to be submitted. This application will give us the basic information required to find a property that fits what you are looking for.
How long does it take to set up a viewing?
To set up a showing it depends on if there is a tenant in the unit. We need to give the current tenant notice that we will be showing the unit and that should take 2-3 days unless the tenant gives us the approval to enter the unit sooner. If the unit is empty, we can arrange a time the same day if there are any openings.
How do I rent a proeprty after I have viewed it?
After viewing a rental property you will have to fill out a Rental Application. The rental application will provide Sunden Management with all of the information required to perform the necessary reference checks to secure a rental property. Sunden Management does have minimum criteria that must be met in order to secure a property.
All Information Within The Form is Required Information
The following Information is commonly missed
- Two years landlord reference and your current and previous landlords contact information.
- Current and previous employer information or proof of income
- Credit Checks may be required to secure a rental property
FAQ - Current Tenants
How do I have repairs completed on my rental property?
In order to have repairs completed tenants must report them to our office. Tenants may use the online form, fill out a form in our office or if needed call our office and relay the repair request to one of our staff.
- Repair Request Form
How do I submit a complaint?
In order to submit a complaint we must receive it in writing. Tenants can use the form on our website, email a complaint or hand write and deliver the complaint to our office.
- Complaint Form
Can a tenant do minor renovations to their rental unit?
Tenants may be allowed to complete minor renovations to their rental property if a written request is submitted and approved. The tenant may be asked to sign a waiver in case any other damages occurs while the renovations are being completed. Please contact or office before making any alterations to you rental property.
- Call us at: 250-376-0062
How do I give notice to end tenancy?
The Residential tenancy act requires tenants to give one full months notice prior to moving out. The notice must be given in writing on the last day of the month before you want to move. For more information please review the Residential Tenancy Act
Eg. If you want to move out on March 31st your notice would be required on the last day of February.
- If you would like to use Sunden Management as a rental reference we will require written permission.
- Tenants can download the form at the link below to give notice.
What are the Spring/Fall House Checks?
The spring and fall house checks are required by Sunden Management. Sunden Management will conduct a short walk through to ensure no damage or concerns are happening within your rental unit.
We will check for leaking taps and under sinks for water damage. The inspector is required to look in every room on the property to ensure the rental property is in an acceptable condition.
- Proper notice will be given before the inspections
- Tenants are not required to be home during the inspection
- The inspections are required
- If you would like to be home during the inspection we can try to arrange a time that works. If unable we will conduct the inspection with proper notice.
Can I grow or smoke cannabis at my rental property?
The residential tenancy act has been amended to include a terms that do not allow cannabis to be smoked or grown in or at a rental property.
Please see the link below for more infromation. You may also refer to the Residential Tenancy Act or BILL 30 – 2018 CANNABIS CONTROL AND LICENSING ACT