Over the years, we have collected the most common questions asked by residents to help you more efficiently. Please read through the FAQs below to see if they may answer one of your questions. If you still have a few questions for us, don’t hesitate to contact us or give us a call!
Please understand that June Palms does not own any of the properties under our care. However, we do all we can to secure the most favorable lease terms for everyone involved in the transaction. Regardless of what time of year the lease starts, with few exceptions, leases will end during leasing season, which would be on the last day of the month of either April, May, June or July.
Someone from the office will normally be in touch with you to renew your lease as directed by the property owner, which is usually no sooner than 90 days before your current lease expires unless you’re living in a campus property. However, if you’d like to renew your lease and we have not been in touch, please feel free to reach out to our leasing agent directly and let us know.
It is possible, but there’s no guarantee that we will alter any lease that is in place. If we feel the changes are material, we may consult with the Owner of the property before we allow for any lease changes.
The short answer is no; however, we may allow for alterations to be made if they are submitted in writing and approved in accordance to the terms of the lease.
June Palms does not own any of the properties under our care. Instead, all properties are managed for various third-party Owners.
In some cases, you may have the option of using a buy-out option in your lease if the lease provides for it. Otherwise, it would be up to the Owner of the property if they would allow someone to break their lease, and under what terms they would be.