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Property Management Services (2009)

I. Lease

New Lease, process to include:
• Initial consultation to discuss lease provisions
• Prepare draft of lease
• Revise lease after client review
• Discuss revisions with client
• Put lease into final form

Lease Addenda, as applicable:
• Mold Addendum
• Damage Addendum
• Concession Addendum
• Roommate Addendum
• Pet Addendum
• Submetering Addendum
• Airport Noise Addendum

Annual Update of Existing Lease on FutureLaw Form

Other Updates of Existing Lease on FutureLaw Form

Prepare New Lease or Update Existing Lease Using Client Form

II. Other Forms

• Procedures Manual for Court Work
• Rental Selection Criteria
• Move-In Inspection Form
• Tenant Consent Form
• Lead-Based Paint Acknowledgement
• Military Waiver
• Satellite Dish Policy
• Employee Occupancy License
• Rules and Regulations

Rental Applications, including:
• Supplemental Application regarding Citizenship
• Statement regarding Disposition of Application Deposits

Tenant Notices:
• Lease Violation Notices
• Termination Notices
>> End of term
>> Early termination
>> Casualty damage
>> Military
• Abandoned Property Notices
• Notice upon Death of a Tenant

Reasonable Accommodation Policy and Request Form

Foreclosure Package

III. Risk Mitigation

Mold Risk Mitigation Package

Lead-Based Paint Risk Mitigation Package

Premises Liability

IV. Audits

DPOR Audit for Compliance with Real Estate Licensing Regulations

Insurance Audit, focusing on potential gaps in coverages and exclusions. .

V. Training

Lease, New and/or updates

Individualized training on any other forms, and/or risk mitigation areas.

Landlord-Tenant Law (FutureLaw is licensed as a real estate school, has approved courses for continuing education for real estate licensees and has licensed real estate instructors.)

Fair Housing (FutureLaw is licensed as a fair housing school, has approved fair housing courses and has licensed fair housing instructors.)

VI. Administrative Proceedings

Represent and defend clients against claims before the fair housing board, real estate board and other regulatory boards and commissions, as applicable.

VII. Litigation

Represent and defend clients against any property-management related claims, such as mold, lead-based paint and premises liability. Often, these claims are not covered by insurance.
Represent clients against insurance companies to litigate whether a particular claim is covered by the insurance policy.

VIII. Telecommunications

Coordinate Request for Proposal process for solicitation through implementation of telecommunications vendor(s) for provision of television, voice and internet services.

Draft and negotiate provider agreements and licenses.

General advice regarding cable and other Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations.

IX. Flat-Fee Retainer for General Advice/Hourly Billing

FutureLaw maintains relationships on a retainer basis with many of its property management clients for general consultation and advice on an ongoing basis. This allows landlords to budget a fixed amount for their legal expenses on an annual basis, and affords our attorneys the opportunity to partner with landlords to avoid problems to the maximum extent possible, and to effectively resolve issues if and when they do arise. In addition, depending on a client’s needs and preferences, any or all of the above services, such as lease preparation or training, can be incorporated into the retainer relationship, with legal costs to be spread evenly throughout the year. FutureLaw can also provide hourly rates upon request for representation.


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1802 Bayberry Court, Suite 403
Richmond, Virginia  23226

804-225-5506 (Main Number)
888-252-6299 (Toll Free)

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