Find Your Perfect Home
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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Resources to Make Your Stay Comfortable
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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Links and Resources
Can I get a pet?
Normally all pet policies will be outlined in your lease. Please reference your lease to understand whether pets are allowed in your unit.
How do I make a maintenance request?
For non-emergency maintenance requests, the preferred method to make a request is through your tenant portal on the Blue Frog website. This allows us to properly log and track your requests. Please click on the maintenance request link on our website to see instructions.
If you have a maintenance emergency please call our office at (920) 521-9006. If it is after hours, your call will be routed appropriately. For police or fire, emergencies please dial 911 prior to calling us.
What are my rights to privacy?
We will call and give you written notice prior to entering your unit as outlined by local and state law.
What happens if I pay my rent late?
Late rent fees apply to all rent paid after the due date. If your rent is not received by the due date, you will receive a 5-day notice. If the rent is not received within those 5 days, an eviction procedure will be started. There are no exceptions to this policy.
When is my rent due and where can I pay?
Your rent is due on the date outlined in your lease (typically the 1st). The easiest and most convenient way to pay rent is online through your tenant portal. If you do mail a check you can mail a check to either office listed in the Contact section of this website. Rent is considered paid the date it is postmarked. Any rent received after the date outlined in the lease is considered late.