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Manager Jana & Eric David
Manager Jana & Eric David
FAQ’s for Tenants
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Unfortunately, lockouts are not an emergency. If you have a resident manager and he or she is not available, you will need to contact a locksmith at your own expense.
Not all buildings managed by Century West Properties allow pets. Contact your resident manager or the management office first to find out if you will be permitted to have a pet. If you are permitted to have a pet, you will need to pay an additional security deposit and sign a pet agreement.
Making any changes to the unit without permission is strictly prohibited in your lease and may be grounds for eviction. Please obtain prior written approval from Century West Properties beforehand.
Visitors are limited to 14 days per year. Longer visits must receive written approval.
In most cases, the 9-volt battery in your smoke detector needs to be changed. These can be purchased at your local market or hardware store. If you can not reach the smoke detector due to vaulted ceilings, please contact our maintenance department.
Contact the fire department and exit the building. The fire department will notify you when it is safe to go back in the building.
In most cases, we will be able to provide you with a new set of keys for a fee. However, if it is after hours and you are locked out, you will need to contact a locksmith.
Making deductions in your rent without prior approval can be cause for eviction. The amount of rent due is your contracted amount. There are some situations where rent deductions are allowed, but only if they have been pre-approved by management.
Call your resident manager or our office immediately!
Simple! Either call your resident manager or just fill out our maintenance request form. We will take it from there and contact you shortly regarding our solution to fix your maintenance request.
In the case of fire or flood or other major emergencies, please dial 911. Other maintenance emergencies can be reported to our 24-hour maintenance emergency line at 310-899-9480.
You will only be billed for repairs if the repair was a direct result of actions that were the tenant’s responsibility.
Please email or call someone at our office as installing certain types of cable or a satellite dish sometimes requires an extra security deposit and fulfilling all of the terms and conditions in our "Satellite Addendum."
Your rent is due on the first. Please check with your resident manager or the management office to find out who to make the check payable to.
If it is your cable, gas or electric, check to make sure you are current with your payment. Then contact the service provider and find out if they are having a service problem in your area. If your payments are current and there are no known outages, contact your resident manager or our management office for assistance.
Breaking your lease can be detrimental to your credit and rental history. In special circumstances, a tenant can break their lease. However, fees to re-lease the unit, including leasing, advertising, administrative and maintenance costs, will be incurred. Please refer to your rental agreement for more information.
Subletting your unit is not allowed and can be cause for eviction.
We are located at 12327 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 101 between Bundy and Centinella on the North side of the street.
All leases are for a minimum of one year unless otherwise noted.
You need to provide us with 30 days written notice to your resident manager or our office.
All tenants vacating should give a written notice of vacating the unit. This will release them from financial responsibility of the rent if the current tenancy is month to month.
if you are a new roommate please apply here: https://rentcwp.com/apartment-application
Your deposit is a joint deposit that remains with the unit until it is vacated. It is the responsibility of the new tenant or remaining tenant to give back the portion of the deposit to the vacating tenant. We only issue deposit refund checks when the unit has been vacated.
A security deposit is essentially any money paid by a tenant to a landlord, which is subsequently held by the landlord for the purposes of providing compensation for a tenant's failure to pay rent, for repairing damages to the premises, exclusive of ordinary wear and tear, caused by the tenant or a guest or licensee of the tenant, for cleaning the premises upon termination of the tenancy, and for remedying any future defaults by the tenant in complying with any term under the rental agreement to restore, replace, or return personal property or appurtenances, should the rental agreement authorize the security deposit for this use.
No. If a tenant has not specifically paid the last month’s rent when he/she moved in, he/she must pay his regular rent during his last month of tenancy. However, a landlord may use the security deposit if the tenant defaults by not paying all of his rent before he moves out (Civil Code Section 1950.5(b) (1).
Keep in mind that your security deposit will be used to restore your rental to a rentable condition. Remember how clean it was?
Remember how nice it looked when you moved into it?
After anyone moves out, we have all carpets professionally cleaned. The apartment is also professionally cleaned. If you choose to have your own company do this cleaning, please provide us with receipts. This will prevent the cost from coming out of your security deposit. You are entitled to a walk-through before you move out, so we can point out what will be charged.
Your refund check will be mailed to you in accordance with state laws or within the time stated in your rental agreement. For more information about the security deposit refund process, please visit California Department of Consumer Affairs publication titled California Tenants-A guide to Residential Tenants’ and Landlords’ Rights and Responsibilities.
Systematic Code Enforcement Program (SCEP) was established to guarantee, through systematic inspections, that those who reside in rental units in Los Angeles have a safe, livable space which meets the City and State codes for habitability. The SCEP affects tenants who reside in units within boundaries of the City of Los Angeles, including the neighborhoods of Hollywood, Marina Del Rey, Palms, and Venice. As of 1/1/2005, and all subsequent years, a landlord may collect the annual SCEP fee (for units subject to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance, RSO) from the tenant of the rental unit on a monthly or yearly basis.