POLICIES

EMERGENCY GUIDELINES

Kading Properties definition of an emergency that a technician will be dispatched to:

  1. Water leaks/Flood's (except for dripping faucets)
  2. Fire (After you call 911)
  3. Property or building damage, exception a rut made by vehicle parking
  4. Electrical, only when entire unit loses power

Any other type of emergency please do NOT call a technician.Call the Office at 515-276-9384 and dial (1) one. Listen to the entire voicemail greeting. It is required that a voicemail is left. NO ONE will answer the phone, it will ALWAYS go to voicemail.

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Requirements for a proper response to your call requires.

  1. Name
  2. Phone number
  3. Address including unit number
  4. Nature of emergency

Not considered an emergency. These calls will be dealt with on the next business day.

  1. Lock out, must call a locksmith to unlock doors after hours
  2. Air Conditioner
  3. Clogged Toilet

Must meet the 4 above requirements to receive call back. Otherwise your voicemail will be sent to the office and answered the next business day

CABLE/SATELLITE POLICY

Kading Property Management, L.L.C. has adopted the following policy for residents to follow when installing customer-end antennas (cable, satellite, internet, and TV equipment including; but not limited to satellite dishes, TV antenna, coaxial cable, Ethernet data cable, radio antenna, etc.)

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RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR INSTALLING EQUIPMENT:
  1. Installers MUST use existing/provided wiring when installing services and may not drill, attach, remove, add, or in any other way alter the interior of the unit or exterior common areas of the building or development. In the event that alterations must be made to facilitate the installation of services the installer MUST contact Kading Property Management, L.L.C. directly at 515-276-9384 for a consultation.
  2. The resident is responsible for any and all damages to the interior of the unit or common areas caused by the installation or use of cable, satellite, internet, or TV equipment.
  3. Equipment is prohibited to be installed in/on any common area of the development; including, but not limited to the exterior of any building, pole mounted apparatuses of any kind, temporary stands or mounting devices of any kind.
  4. Equipment contained within the patio is considered an ingress/egress safety hazard and not permitted.
  5. Any unauthorized equipment will be removed without warning and discarded immediately.

RENTAL POLICY

Kading Properties Updated - May 15, 2018

This community will not discriminate against any person based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, or disability.

Leasing Application Evaluation Guidelines:


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  1. Income Requirement- SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ALL INCOME REPORTED.
    1. Employment Verification- Lease holders(s) must be currently employed or provide written evidence of regular income sufficient to at least three times the rental amount on the dwelling unit, for the term of the lease. The gross monthly income of all lease holder(s) will be considered jointly and must equal or be greater than three times the rental amount on the dwelling unit, for the lease term.
    2. Self-Employment- Must provide the previous year’s personal tax return or the two (2) months personal bank statements as evidence of sufficient income. Persons who hold jobs that are commission only, or base salary plus commission, or tips, bonuses will be considered self-employed.
  2. Credit Requirement- Credit history will be reviewed and credit score must be 550 or higher to qualify. No one with a credit score under 549 will be considered. Accounts reporting over 60 days past due or charged to collection in the past two years will not be considered.
  3. Age Requirement- Lease holders must be 18 years or older. All occupants 18 years or older will be required to complete an application (even if living with a parent or guardian).
  4. Criminal History-
    1. Must exhibit no criminal conviction involving violence, fire arms, and intent to deliver illegal drugs, intent to manufacture illegal drugs, theft, crimes involving theft, or destruction of property, or any crime involving a minor. We will not accept anyone on the sex offenders list.
    2. Must exhibit no criminal conviction involving the possession of illegal drugs within the last six years from the date on the application.
  5. Residency- Up to two (2) years residency history will be reviewed.
    1. Must exhibit no derogatory references.
    2. We will not allow anyone with an eviction within the last 6 years from the date on the application.
  6. Application Fee- A $30.00 non-refundable application fee is required per application (each applicant 18 years or older must fill out their own application). This fee is payable by debit, credit, cash, money order or certified check. No personal or business checks will be accepted.
  7. Identification- Government issued photo ID required with each application.

Occupancy Standard:

  1. 3 bedroom 5 people MAX (3 adult is the maximum on a lease) (Maximum non-related adult is 3 per Dwelling unit)
  2. 2 Bedroom 4 people MAX (2 adults is the maximum on a lease with 2 children) (Maximum non-related adult is 2 per Dwelling unit)
  3. Two cars per dwelling unit maximum.

GRILLS AND SMOKERS

Grilling and smoking, while a fun and tasty experience, can lead to devastating fires involving loss of life and property. Even near misses can lead to smoke inhalation and damage throughout your property

Causes of Grill Fires: The leading causes of grill fires are a failure to clean the grill too close to something that could catch fire and leaving the grill unattended. A leak or break of the gas line was the leading cause for outside grill fires.

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The following are guidelines for all tenants regarding the use of charcoal and gas as well as smokers. Please be safe and enjoy the season!

Please be safe and enjoy the season!

  1. Keep children and pets away from the grill/smoker area. Never leave grills unattended.
  2. Keep grills or smokers at least 10’ from your home before lighting. Avoid grilling under overhangs/eaves.
  3. COOL IT! When finished, allow time for the grill or smoker to completely cool before moving it back for storage.
  4. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby to put out small fires quickly
  5. Ash catchers are mandatory when using charcoal grills. Means to ignite charcoal should be limited to electric or chimney starters; starting fluids should be avoided.
  6. Improper storage and handling of fuel can lead to loss. Flash fires from certain foods (greases and fats) are also a major concern. Should a flash fire occur, closing the grill lid will starve the fire of necessary oxygen. Keep your grill clean by removing grease or fat from the grates and catch trays.
  7. Propane is highly flammable and explosive. Gas cylinders should never be stored within a building
  8. Always make sure your gas grill lid is open before lighting it. If you smell gas while cooking, immediately get away from the grill and call the fire department. If the flame goes out, turn the grill and gas off and wait at least 5 minutes for any lingering gas to dissipate before re-lighting it.

A/C Cover Guidelines

As cooler temps arrive we want to remind you that air conditioner covers are not allowed and will be removed if installed. They are not allowed for multiple reasons including: potential damage to unit, potential damage to building, and safety concerns for residents while installing. Additionally, due to the design of the unit, a cover on the exterior does not stop outside air from entering your home. The unit is two separate sealed compartments; outside air stays outside and inside air stays inside. The units are installed in such a way to not let air infiltrate around the unit or housing and into your home.

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If you wish to add weatherization to your unit, we encourage you to install a clear plastic sheathing on the inside of the unit. These stick to the wall using an adhesive that when removed will should not damage the wall. We appreciate your compliance with our regulations.