HOME INSPECTION OVERVIEW

Standard Routine Lease Renewal & Inspections

At Summit Leasing Group we put our property inspections as a standard practice in our management duties. We need to maximize our efforts to ensure tenant’s maintenance and care of your home by conducting and documenting our inspections. We perform pre-move-in inspections and routine and move-out inspections.

Our goal is to minimize excess wear and tear on your home keeping in mind that in California, landlords cannot conduct random inspections per the California Civil Code Section 1954 limits the access landlords have to an occupied rental property to only four instances: in case of an emergency, in the event of abandonment by the tenant, to do repairs or improvements, or to show the home to prospective tenants or buyers after reasonable notice is given.  In addition to our inspections, we do our best to educate the tenants to ensure they understand our lease agreement terms and policies.  The tenants will fully understand that Summit Leasing Group will either serve them a notice to correct a notice to vacate, evict, or a notice of non-renewal followed by a notice to vacate. Whichever comes first.

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What We’re Looking For During Rental Inspections

HOME EXTERIOR

Exterior City Compliance Ordinance

Front & Backyard Maintenance Condition
Exterior Walls, Doors, & Windows
Exterior Light Fixtures
Irrigation System
Fencing
Irrigation System
Hazardous Growth of Trees/Weeds/Plants

HOME INTERIOR

Doors & Visible Windows

Paint & Wall Condition
Light Fixtures
Carpet & Flooring
Kitchen
Bathrooms/Laundry Room
Garage
Sanitary Conditions

HOME SYSTEM

Water Heater

Plumbing System/Water Pressure
Water Pressure

Fireplace
Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Appliances

Electrical System
Garage Door Opening System