Welcome to our current tenants!
We are happy to have you leasing one of our properties, and hope you have settled comfortably into your home. We have provided some information below that we hope will be helpful to you. Contact us at any time with any questions you may have.
Need to pay your rent?
You can bring your payment by our office (check, money order or certified funds) at 3480 S. Carrier Parkway, #140, Grand Prairie 75052 during office hours.
We also have a locking rent box at our accounts receivable home office at 4203 Adam Drive, Grand Prairie 75052 -- be sure your payment is in an envelope with both your name and property address shown!
If needed, contact us to receive a registered CashPay card, with which you can pay in cash at local merchants such as Walmart, Kmart, and Ace Cash Express.
You also have an online payment option to pay by automated check, credit or debit card. We charge nothing for this service, but please check the provider's fee schedule, which varies by amount paid and/or payment method.
Do you have a repair request?
If something in your property is not working properly, you will need to contact us for the repair. We use "tried and true" providers whom we trust to do efficient and professional work. (Please be aware that your lease specifies that any repairs contract independently by you are considered tenant responsibility.) The service provider will try to contact you to advise you of when he will arrive, but cannot always guarantee a time.
We prefer that the request be made in writing, and you can provide that here if you like: SERVICE REQUEST
Want information about city services for your property address?
Just go to the City of Grand Prairie's My Neighborhood page
to get detailed information about your
neighborhood including your City
Council district, City Council member, school district, voter precinct,
county, garbage and recycling days, watering days, brush pickup days, nearest
library, and nearest park.
Would you like to save on your electric bill?
We certainly like to save money , and I'm sure you do, too! All of our personal homes, as well as temporary service for rentals when vacant, are contracted with Ambit Energy. We have used this company for several years, and have been pleased with both their rates and their service. You are free to establish service with any company you wish for your rental, but you may want to visit http://rbwhite.joinambit.com to check their current rates. You can see AMBIT INFORMATION here that will be required to set up an account.
Here are a few simple repair and maintenance tips!
Your lease requires that you maintain the property in several ways, including changing the heat and air filters monthly, keeping the lawn and landscaping in good condition, and watering around the foundation during dry spells to protect the home from damage.
In addition, there are a number of minor repair and maintenance items you can try before calling for a repairman -- shortening the time you are inconvenienced, and perhaps saving the owner a service call if the tip works! Take a look to see what you might learn about home maintenance: