See below for some of the most common questions residents and prospective applicants ask.

How much is the monthly rent?

Rent rates vary by location, features, and size. Check availability for more details.

What utilities are residents responsible for?

All residents are required to sign up for trash (Waste Management), gas (Southwest Gas), and electric services (NV Energy). Additionally, residents must have a working phone number and email address.

Are there rules for pet ownership?

Yes, please refer to our Pet Guidelines if you own a pet.

What’s the difference between a townhouse and an apartment?

A townhome or townhouse is generally a two story with nobody living above or below you. Instead, you share a common wall with neighbors next door and enjoy a much quieter living. Apartments however, are generally single story and can have other renters living above and below. Apartment complexes can also be many stories tall in order to house as many units as possible.

How do I get a mailbox?

To obtain a mailbox and key, visit the USPS office. Your mail can be collected in the lock box nearest your complex.

Am I allowed to make duplicate copies of my home keys?

Yes, we encourage you to make a copy of your key. However, for your safety only give a copy of your key to trusted friends and family members. Both Lowes and Home Depot have key duplication services. Losing your keys may be subject to a locksmith fee.

How is rent paid?

Rent is due on the 1st of every month and is paid online via bank transfer (free) or using either a credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) or debit card. We'll help you set-up automatic payments for safe and easy payments. This way, you won't have to worry about your rent being late, getting lost, or not getting paid if you're out of town when rent is due.

What if I don't have a checking account or a credit/debit card?

Starting in 2017, all new leases are required to pay online for efficiency and security. However, if you're unable to do so, special exceptions can be made for current residents.