Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Are you licensed?

    A: Bundled is comprised of licensed Brokers and Leasing Agents.
  • Q: Can I reach you after hours?

    A: If it is a life threatening emergency, dial 911. If other emergencies occur, we have a 24-hour maintenance line monitored by staff. The resident will call our office and select option #2. The call is then automatically forwarded to our 24 hour emergency maintenance line. The operator answering the phone is an actual maintenance employee. Therefore qualified to deal with emergencies immediately.
  • Q: Can you put the money directly into my account?

    A: Yes.
  • Q: Do I get to see the lease or sign it?

    A: Bundled boasts an irrefutable lease peer reviewed by multiple industry experts.
  • Q: Do you sell real estate too?

    A: Yes. Please inquire within.
  • Q: How and when do I get my checks?

    A: All distribution of income is handled through Appfolio owner portal and deposits into your bank account.
  • Q: How is rent collection handled?

    A: Rent reminders are emailed and or texted out 2 days before rent is due. All payments are made online through the resident portal. It is easy as any other online banking transaction like quickpay, zelle or venmo.
  • Q: How long of a lease do you sign?

    A: Generally, Bundled signs a 1 year lease with residence unless otherwise recommended for yielding the highest price for your investment.
  • Q: How much security deposit do you charge the tenant?

    A: Bundled does not take security deposits. We strongly recommend using a move in fee to offset the cost of making a unit rent ready or a turn for the next resident.
  • Q: How soon can you start managing my property?

    A: ASAP. We will send you a rent analysis and schedule a walk thru within 1 business day of your inquiry.
  • Q: What type of properties do you manage?

    A: Luxury condo to multi family
  • Q: Who holds the tenant security deposit?

    A: Bundled strongly recommends move in fees. You are paid the move in fee when leasing closes a tenant and signs the lease.