Apartment hunting can be both fun and challenging! Finding an apartment that’s affordable, in a good location and up to your living standards are just the first things you need to worry about when choosing the perfect apartment. Whether you’re a first-time apartment renter, or you’ve been in the game for a while, you’ll want to ask some important questions before you sign a lease and collect your keys. We’ve put together the top twelve questions renters should ask property managers BEFORE signing a lease.
We offer 6 to 15 month lease terms.
The application fee is $60 per adult and the deposit amount varies based on the apartment size and the applicants credit score.
Utilities are not included in the rent. The resident is responsible for paying water, electricity, trash and pest control.
We gladly welcome your furry companions to come and live with you at Cascadia Apartments! There is a $300 Pet Fee per Pet (Non-Refunable) and $35 Monthly Pet Rent for Each Pet. Max of 2 Pets per household. Please call for additional information.
We encourage residents to invite their guests to their home and to enjoy the amenities when accompanied by the resident. Marked visitor parking inside the gated community.
Yes, we do require $100,000 of liability insurance for each apartment.
There are several different payment options that we offer. We accept personal and cashier's checks, Money Gram as well as online payments.
Service requests are typically addressed within 24 hours of the resident reporting it. Our on-site maintenance team is on call 24 hours a day in the event there is a maintenance emergency.
Yes, there are VIA bus stops along Dugas Road & Military Drive.
Once you sign a lease contract, the rent will remain the same through the duration of said contract. The rent is subject to change upon renewal based on the market value in the area.
We offer free open parking, marked visitor parking, assigned carports for $35-$50 and garages ranging from $95-$150.
At this time, there aren't plans to make any changes to the community. This is subject to change based on the need to maintain the integrity of the property.
Although, we don't want our valued residents to break the lease contract, we understand that at times it is necessary. There are fees and penalties associated with it. Please contact the Management Office for details pertaining specifically to breaking