King + Pool + Garage + First Floor & More!

West Des Moines, IA
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 4 Guests

The Home

This stylish place to stay is perfect for group trips. You’ll be in close to West Des Moines premiere shopping, dining and entertainment area, Jordan Creek Mall, while enjoying resort style living! Your personal retreat has an open concept layout, including a large kitchen island, bedroom with walk-in closet, a private patio and more. You’ll feel at home, but also have access to amenities, such as the outdoor pool and gym. Corporate housing is available.
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The unit is in a prime location! Minutes from the Jordan Creek, which is Iowa’s largest retail, shopping and entertainment headquarters. Many national retailers and specialty shops are located here. Catch a movie at the Century 20 movie theater, explore nightlife in...

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Home Features

Enjoy the comforts of home and beyond with these distinctive features.

Air Conditioning




Pets Allowed

Building Elevator

Free Parking

Concierge Services



Kids Amenities

Security System

All Stays Include

We believe certain amenities should be standard. Every home comes outfitted with these best-in-class essentials for a worry-free stay.

24/7 Support
Professional Cleaning
High-Speed WiFi
Kitchen Essentials
Starter Kit of Bathroom Amenities
Premium Linens and Towels

Home Details

Beds & Bath

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Room #1
1 King Bed
LivingRoom #1
1 Air mattress



Pets Allowed

Free Parking




High Chair

Fire Extinguisher


Security System



Air Conditioning: Central

Coffee/Tea maker



Hair Dryer




Dryer In Home



Smoke Alarm

First Aid Kit

Carbon Monoxide Alarm


Washer In Home

Children's Books and Toys

The Neighborhood

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Things To Know


Access and Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Access

Payment and Cancellation - 14 Day Policy

Grace Period:

  • Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation confirmation, and (2) reservation was confirmed at least 11 days before scheduled arrival.

Payment Policy:

  • 14 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
  • More than 14 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 14 days prior to arrival.
  • For guests paying with Points or Cash & Points: 100% of payment of both Cash & Points will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 14 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
  • More than 14 days before arrival: 100% refund.

House Rules

  • IT IS AGREED between both parties, HN Global, LLC (the"Landlord") and the undersigned guest(s), that the Landlord hereby temporarily rents to the Tenant, and Tenant hereby temporarily leases from the Landlord, certain property (the "Unit") as outlined in the booking confirmation request.
  • Upon the following terms, provisions, and conditions. Additional occupants in the Unit include only those mentioned. If no names are listed it is deemed that one person(s) signing are the only occupant(s) of Unit.
  • TERM
  • The duration of this Rental Agreement (the "Agreement") shall be from the indicated start date, beginning at 3:00PM Central-Standard Time until and including the indicated end date, at 11:00AM Central-Standard Time, unless mutually agreed upon by both parties. In the event that Tenant, with Landlord’s consent, needs to extend beyond this term, this shall be mutually agreed upon and is based upon availability. Tenant understands that due to advanced scheduling, the exact dates beyond expiration may not be available, however, another location may be available.
  • RENT
  • Tenant agrees to pay the Landlord the rental fee amount.
  • (if no amount is indicated then there is no prorated rent due) from the initial date of occupancy as outlined to the next periodic rental date.
  • Rent is payable on or before the 1st day of each month via the online portal.
  • A late fee of $100.00 is applicable after the 5th day of the month when rent remains unpaid. Late fees are payable to the Landlord under this Agreement, and the parties specifically agree that late fees shall be considered as rent. If rent remains unpaid on the 6th day of the month, the Landlord shall be entitled to serve a Three-Day Notice of Nonpayment of Rent / Notice to Quit, pursuant to the terms of State Code §562A.27(2) and §648.3.
  • At the time of execution of this Agreement, the Tenant may pay to the Landlord in trust the sum of a mutually agreed upon disclosed amount to be held and disbursed as a Security Deposit. The tenant must provide notice to vacate, vacate the unit, return all keys, and provide the Landlord with a mailing address or delivery instruction upon move-out within 30-days, or the Tenant shall forfeit the deposit in full.
  • Tenant has the right to terminate this Agreement early, however, Landlord shall be provided at least (14) days advanced notice to the desired early termination date, however at least (30) days’ notice is appreciated. Landlord has the right to terminate this Agreement early, however, Tenant shall be provided at least (14) days advanced notice to the expiration date, however at least (30) days’ notice prior is appreciated. Failure to comply with these requirements shall result in the Agreement fulfilling the entire term.
  • Unless otherwise agreed in writing, Tenant shall occupy and use the Unit exclusively as a home, residence, or sleeping place. Tenant shall not use the Unit for any unlawful use. Tenant shall not use the Unit for any commercial use, without prior written consent from Landlord, which consent may be granted or withheld at Landlord’s sole discretion. No persons, other than Tenant, shall occupy the Unit as a home, residence, or sleeping place, without the prior written consent of Landlord, which consent may be granted or withheld at Landlord’s sole discretion. Tenant shall not use the Unit in violation of any local laws or ordinances, including any ordinances governing the number of persons allowed to occupy the Unit, based upon the size or location of the Unit. The Tenant shall allow no illegal activity in the Unit.
  • The following are included in the monthly rent payment: Furnishings (including, but limited to: bed, sofa, table, chairs, dishes, linens, television, etc), Gas (if applicable), Electric, Cable, Internet, Water, Sewer, Trash, Pest Control & Parking (if applicable). Tenant will notify the Landlord on the first day of this Agreement of any discrepancies in the Unit. At the end of the term specified in this Agreement, Landlord will notify the Tenant of any discrepancies and Tenant may be charged for replacement and/or repair.
  • Landlord shall:
  • Comply with the requirements of applicable building and housing codes materially affecting health and safety. Make all repairs and do whatever is necessary to put and keep the Unit in a fit and habitable condition. Keep all common areas of the Property in a clean and safe condition. The Landlord shall not be liable for any injury caused by any objects or materials which belong to or which have been placed by a Tenant in the common areas of the Property used by the Tenant. Maintain in good and safe working order and condition all electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and other facilities and appliances, including elevators, supplied or required to be supplied by the Landlord. Tenant acknowledges that some items within the Property are outside of the Landlord's control, however, the Landlord will work diligently with the Property Owner. Provide and maintain appropriate receptacles and conveniences, accessible to all Tenants, for the central collection and removal of garbage, rubbish, and other waste incidental to the occupancy of the Unit and arrange for their removal. Supply running water and reasonable amounts of hot water at all times and reasonable heat, except where the Property that includes the Unit is not required by law to be equipped for that purpose, or the Unit is so constructed that heat or hot water is generated by an installation within the exclusive control of the Tenant and supplied by a direct public utility connection. Tenants should contact (515) 994-8950 for any and all maintenance requests. Tenant acknowledges that some maintenance items are not the responsibility of the Landlord, but of the Property Owner. Pursuant to State Code §562A.21(1)(c), the Landlord’s liability is limited for a condition caused by the deliberate or negligent act or omission of the Tenant, a member of the Tenant’s family, or other person on the premises with the Tenant’s consent. Pursuant to State Code §562A.21(2), the Landlord’s liability is limited if the Landlord exercises due diligence and effort to remedy any noncompliance, or if the Landlord’s failure to remedy any noncompliance is due to circumstances reasonably beyond the control of the Landlord.
  • Tenant Shall:
  • Comply with all obligations primarily imposed upon the Tenant by applicable provisions of building and housing codes materially affecting health and safety. Keep that part of the Unit that the Tenant occupies and uses as clean and safe as the condition of the Unit permits. Dispose from the Unit all, rubbish, garbage, and other waste in a clean and safe manner. Keep all plumbing fixtures in the Unit or used by the Tenant as clean as their condition permits. Use in a reasonable manner all electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and other facilities and appliances, including elevators, in the Property. Not deliberately or negligently destroy, deface, damage, impair, or remove a part of the Property or Unit, or knowingly permit a person to do so. Act in a manner that will not disturb a neighbor’s peaceful enjoyment of the Property. Tenant shall report to the Landlord any mold growth in Unit immediately. Tenant shall not hang items from sprinkler pipes, sprinklers or the sprinkler guard, as such decoration can block or obstruct the sprinkler system’s full coverage. Tenant shall plunge toilets, run exhaust fans when necessary, defrost freezer, use proper cleaning supplies, properly operate garbage disposal (if applicable). Tenant neglect or misuse of garbage disposal, toilet, appliance, lock, plumbing systems and all other items located within Unit or in the Property will result in a direct charge back to Tenant of the cost to repair the item to original working condition. Under section 562A.12 subsection 3b of the IURLTA, Tenant is responsible to restore the Unit to its condition at the commencement of the tenancy, ordinary wear and tear excepted. Accumulations of dirt & debris that require additional or extensive cleaning are not considered normal wear & tear. Tenant understands they may be responsible for any excessive or extra cleaning charges upon vacating the Unit which may be deducted from the security deposit. If Tenant rearranges the Unit, Tenant shall restore the Unit to its original condition.
  • The Tenant shall be provided with keys, fobs, garage remotes, etc. to access the Unit.
  • At the end of of this Agreement, if any of the above are missing, lost, stolen, etc., Tenant shall remit to Landlord $100 per item. Tenant should notify the Landlord on the first day of this Agreement of any discrepancies. Should Tenant fail to notify Landlord after the first day of the Agreement, the Tenant shall remit to Landlord $100 per item missing.
  • Any request for repairs from the Tenant to the Landlord shall be in writing via electronic mail, text message or through the Tenant Online Portal (if applicable). By submitting a service request, this is permission for any party pertaining to the service request to enter the Unit.
  • The Landlord shall have the right to enter the Unit in order to inspect; to make necessary or agreed repairs, decorations, alterations, or improvements; to supply necessary or agreed services; or exhibit the Unit to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workers, or contractors. The Tenant will receive advanced notice of entry by any party, except in the case of an emergency. The Tenant shall not unreasonably withhold access to the Unit. If the Tenant refuses to allow lawful access, the Landlord may obtain injunctive relief to compel access, or may terminate the rental agreement. In either case, the Landlord may recover actual damages and reasonable attorney’s fees, pursuant to State Code§562A.35(1). Except in case of emergency or if it is impracticable to do so, the Landlord shall give the Tenant at least twenty-four (24) hours’ written notice of the landlord’s intent to enter and shall enter only at reasonable times. A request by the Tenant for the Landlord to enter and make repairs shall be deemed a consent to access and a waiver of the twenty-four hours’ (24) written notice.
  • Tenant shall leave upon, and surrender to Landlord, with the Unit at the termination of the tenancy, all locks, brackets for curtains, light fixtures, light bulbs, switch plates, and all other fixtures attached to doors, windows, or woodwork, and all alterations, additions, or improvements made by tenant, without any payment therefor. Tenant shall make no material alterations without the prior written consent of the Landlord, including painting, wallpapering, and removal or installation of carpeting.
  • The Tenant may not install any additional locks on any door without the prior written consent of the Landlord. Change of lock for Unit at the request of the Tenant is $100.
  • If a Tenant loses their key or becomes locked out of the Unit, they can check with the onsite personnel (if applicable) for entry. Proof of identity before being allowed entry into the Unit will be required. Landlord insists the lockbox key remains in the lockbox at all times so a lockout does not occur. If onsite personnel are unavailable call/text (515) 994-8950. Name, unit number and callback phone number must be left if prompted.
  • Tenant shall obtain at their discretion a rental insurance policy to protect their personal property against any and all losses. Insurance carried by the Landlord does not cover any property of the Tenant. Landlord recommends a policy to cover the Tenants personal belongings.
  • The Tenant hereby acknowledges the legal obligation to pay rent on time each and every month, regardless of any other debts or responsibilities. The Tenant also acknowledges the legal obligation to pay back rent owed. In addition to the Landlord’s other remedies provided by law, and without prejudice thereto, if rent is unpaid when due, and if Tenant fails to pay the Rent within five (5) days after notice by the Landlord of nonpayment, then the Landlord may terminate this Agreement as provided by law. Termination of the tenancy, whether initiated by the Landlord or not, does not terminate the Tenant’s contractual obligation to pay sums due under the Agreement. A Tenant who vacates during the term is responsible for payments through the remaining term of the Agreement. The Tenant acknowledges that defaulting under the terms of this Agreement could result in the filing of an action in District Court or the referral of the debt to a credit collection agency. In the event of litigation to enforce the provisions of this Agreement, attorney’s fees and court costs may be awarded to the prevailing party.
  • If more than one Tenant signs this Agreement, each Tenant is fully and personally obligated to keep all of the promises made in this Agreement, including the promise to pay the full amount of rent owed. The Landlord may enforce its rights under this Agreement against each Tenant individually or against all Tenants together. This means that any one Tenant may be required to pay all of the amounts owed under this Agreement.
  • Words and phrases herein shall be construed as in the single or plural number, and as masculine, feminine, or neuter gender, according to context.
  • Tenant acknowledges that the Rules & Regulations may be of the Landlord and/or Property Manager. These Rules & Regulations may be amended or repealed at any time by the Landlord and/or Property Owner.
  • The “Common Areas” shall mean the halls, grounds, stairways, storage areas, garages, driveways, parking lots, entrances, exits, or any other common area. The common areas shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than their intended purposes. At no time is footwear to be left in the hallways. No loitering shall be permitted. All trash should be put in the designated dumpster areas. If trash is found there will be a $100 fee for removal. Any larger items must be arranged for pick up with the Landlord and shall be at the Tenants expense.
  • Tenant acknowledges that a balcony and/or patio attached to the Unit is intended for recreation use. Only furniture specific to outdoors is permissible. The balcony/patio area is not intended for storage of items including but not limited to coolers, laundry lines, mopeds, large toys, etc. Bikes may be stored. Electric or gas grills are allowed in accordance with local City Ordinance. Charcoal grills are not allowed under any circumstances.
  • Tenant acknowledges that the Unit is located within a rental community, and noise may be heard from neighboring Units. No noise that may disturb the quiet enjoyment of other Tenants shall be permitted. Stereos, radios, televisions and musical instruments shall not be used in a manner that may disturb the quiet enjoyment between the hours of 10PM-8AM. No constructions, repairs or other work involving noise shall be conducted within the Unit except on weekdays (not including legal holidays) and only between the hours of 8:30AM-5PM, unless otherwise specified.
  • Tenant may install additional window coverings at their expense and with Landlord approval. Tenant shall make arrangements with the Landlord to have additional window coverings removed or remain in the Unit upon termination. “Suitable window coverings” shall not include sheets, bedspreads, blankets, flags, rugs and similar items. All window shades, curtain poles and brackets shall be white or beige.
  • Tenants shall promptly report any leaking water and any electrical or mechanical malfunctions observed within the Unit or the common areas to the Landlord. Tenants shall be responsible for any damages caused by such leaks or malfunctions if not promptly reported.
  • The fitness center is for the use of anyone residing in the Property, including the Tenant. The fitness center rules are posted and Tenant agrees to follow posted rules. The fitness center may be locked and is accessible by key fob. Tenant understands that the fitness center is to be used at their own risk and may be closed at any time, without notice, by discretion of the Property Owner. Tenant shall take note of the following rules:
  • No one is allowed under the age of eighteen (18) without a parent or guardian. All activities in any of the recreational areas are unsupervised. Owner assumes no responsibility for accident or injury. Owner is not responsible for lost or stolen personal belongings. Tenants should consult a physician before participating in any physical exercise since inherent risks may be associated. Tenant's should call 911 immediately in an emergency situation, injury or medical attention is required. Appropriate shoes and clothing must be worn at all times. No flip flops or sandals. Conversation should be kept to a minimum. No bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, and pets are allowed. No gum or chewing tobacco. No food or drink, except water in sealed-top water bottles, including protein shakes. No signs, posters, advertisements, or decorations may be placed or posted. No equipment is to leave. Wipe off the machines after each use. Report any equipment problems to the onsite personnel or the Landlord. Use equipment only in manner intended by the manufacturer. Do not move any equipment. Headphones are required if others are present. Refrain from using profanity. Return equipment to the designated area after use.
  • Use of the swimming pool or playground shall be a privilege and not a right under Agreement. The Landlord or Property Owner may revoke (temporarily or permanently) any Tenant’s privilege at their sole and absolute discretion. Tenant should take note of the following:
  • No lifeguard or attendant shall be on duty. Tenants shall use at their own risk. Open hours are from 10AM to 9PM (subject to weather, maintenance and other similar matters.). Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No obscene language, excessive noise, “horse play” shall be permitted. No food, alcoholic beverages and glass containers shall be permitted. If grills are provided, they are used at the Tenants sole expense and risk. No equipment or games that may interfere with the enjoyment of others shall be permitted. No pets shall be permitted. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Pool safety equipment shall be for emergency use only. Suntan oil and/or lotions shall be permitted in the swimming pool and surrounding areas, but Tenant shall be responsible for any excess mess or nuisance.
  • The Tenant shall have access to all amenities offered by the Property (if applicable) unless otherwise specified. These may include, but are not limited to, dog run, fitness studio, community room, bike stations, etc. These amenities shall be used at the Tenant's own risk and Tenant acknowledges the Landlord assumes no liability.
  • The parties desire to mitigate (i) the irritation and known health effects of secondhand smoke; (ii) the increased maintenance, cleaning, and redecorating costs from smoking; and (iii) the increased risk of fire from smoking. Definition: Smoking. The term "smoking" means inhaling, exhaling, carrying of any lighted or heated tobacco product. This includes, but is not limited to, cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipes, hookahs, and any item or device that simulates any of these products in any manner or any form. Tenant agrees and acknowledges that the Unit is to be occupied only by the Tenant and has been designated as a no-smoking living environment. Tenant shall not smoke anywhere in the Unit, common areas or adjoining grounds, amenities or the Property whatsoever. If evidence is found of smoking of any substances by the Tenant, the Tenant shall be a fee of $250.00. Tenant to promote smoke-free policy and to alert Landlord of violations. Tenant shall inform Tenant's guests of the this policy. Further, Tenant shall promptly give Landlord a written statement of any incident where smoke is migrating into the Unit. The Property Owner shall post no-smoking signs at entrances and exits, common areas, hallways, and in conspicuous places on the grounds of the Property. Other Tenants are third-party beneficiaries of this Agreement. Tenant agrees that the other Tenants at the Property are third-party beneficiaries of Tenant's no-smoking policy with Landlord. A Tenant may bring legal action against another Tenant related to the no-smoking policy, but a Tenant does not have the right to evict another Tenant. Any legal action between Tenants related to this no-smoking policy shall not create a presumption that the Landlord breached the smoke-free policy . A breach of this policy shall give each party all the rights contained herein, as well as the rights in the Agreement. A material breach of this policy shall be considered a material breach of the Agreement and grounds for enforcement actions, including eviction, by the Landlord. A waiver of the Agreement requirement of the no-smoking policy can only be made in writing. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord's adoption of a smoke-free policy and the efforts to designate the Property as smoke-free do not in any way change the standard of care that the Landlord or Property Owner would have to a Tenant household to render buildings and premises designated as smoke-free any safer, more habitable, or improved in terms of air quality standards than any other rental premises. Landlord specifically disclaims any implied or express warranties that the Property, common areas, or Tenant's Unit will have any higher or improved air quality standards than any other rental property. Landlord cannot and does not warranty or promise that the Unit, Property or common areas will be free from secondhand smoke. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord's ability to police, monitor, or enforce the agreements of this policy are dependent in significant part on voluntary compliance by the Tenant, Tenant's guests other Tenant's, other Tenant's guests and Property Owner. Landlord shall take reasonable steps to enforce the smoke-free policy with the Property Owner. Landlord is not required to take steps in response to smoking unless Landlord knows of said smoking or has been given written notice of said smoking. Tenants with respiratory ailments, allergies, or any other physical or mental condition relating to smoke are put on notice that Landlord does not assume any higher duty of care to enforce this policy than any other Landlord obligation under the Agreement.
  • In consideration of the execution or renewal of a Agreement of the Unit, Landlord, Tenant, guest or other person under the Tenant's control shall:
  • Not engage in criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity, on or near the Property. “Drug-Related Criminal Activities” means the illegal manufacture; sale; distribution; possession with the intent to manufacture, sell, distribute; or use of a controlled substance (as defined in Section 102 or the Controlled Substance Act [21 U.S.C.802]). Not engage in any act intended to facilitate criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity, on or near the said Property. Not permit the Unit to be used for or to facilitate criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity. Not engage in the unlawful manufacturing, selling, using, storing, keeping, or giving of a controlled substance as defined in N.R.S.28-416, at any locations, whether on or near the Unit, Property or otherwise. Not engage in illegal activity, including, prostitution as defined in N.R.S.28-801, threatening or intimidating as defined in N.R.S. 28-311.01, assault as prohibited in N.R.S. 28-303-28-309, and 28-310, including but not limited to the unlawful discharge of firearms, on or near the Unit or Property, or any breach of the Agreement that otherwise jeopardizes the health, safety, and welfare of the Landlord, their agents, or other Tenant's or involving imminent or actual serious property damage, as defined in N.R.S. 28-1431. Not engage in activities that constitutes disturbance of the peace to other Tenant's which includes loud music, loud parties, loud discussions, disagreements, or altercations. If complaints are received by other Tenant's or the police are dispatched it can result in immediate termination regardless of the reason but Tenant will still be responsible for the full term of the Agreement. Violation of the above provisions shall be a material and irreparable violation of the Agreement and good cause for immediate termination of tenancy. A single violation of any of the provisions of this policy shall be deemed a serious violation and a material and an irreparable non-compliance. It is understood that single violation shall be good cause for immediate termination of the Agreement as provided in N.R.S. 76-1431 and Tenant would still be responsible for the term of the Agreement even though the Tenant would no longer reside in the Unit. Unless otherwise provided by law, proof of violation shall not require criminal conviction, but shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. In case of conflict between the provisions of this policy or any other provisions of this Agreement, the provisions of this policy shall govern.
  • The Tenant is provided a key to the mailbox for the Unit. The Landlord is not responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen mail, packages, deliveries or anything similar in nature. If the Tenant receive's mail, packages, deliveries or anything of similar nature and it is not intended for the Tenant, the Tenant should mark "Return To Sender", discard or notify the Landlord. Should Tenant not have the mailbox key at any time and a replacement is needed, Tenant shall be charged $100.
  • MISC.
  • Tenant should take note of the following:
  • No paint or flammable materials shall be stored within the Unit. No live holiday trees, wreaths, boughs or similar items shall be permitted.
  • No portable appliances shall be permitted, including (but not limited to) laundry machines in the absence of appropriate hook-ups and a designated area, dishwashers, freezers and electric car heaters. No signs, notices, advertisements or illuminations shall be displayed in any window or other part of the Unit without prior written consent of the Landlord. Tenants shall keep Unit doors closed at all times. Door-to-Door soliciting is not permitted. Tenant should notify the Landlord if solicitors are on the Property.
  • Tenant shall be permitted to park onsite at the Property. Tenant acknowledges:
  • Parking is unassigned and is on a first-come, first-serve basis (except where indicated by signage installed by the Property Owner). All vehicles must be parked in between the yellow or white lines, taking only one space. Tenant shall inform their guests of any parking policies including, but not limited to, towing, assigned spaces, etc. Landlord shall not be responsible for the Tenant's or guest(s) of the Tenants vehicles. Scooters are not allowed inside the Property, Unit, common areas or grass areas. Scooters can be parked with written approval from the Landlord. Tenant's vehicle shall maintain current registration. Vehicles must be parked properly to avoid damaging other vehicles or prohibiting others access to vehicles. Vehicles must move every 72 hours and be fully operable. During climatic weather, vehicles must be moved within 24 hours to allow for proper snow removal in accordance with the Property. Tenant shall inform Landlord if their vehicle will not move for any period longer than 72 hours. Car washing and maintenance work including, but not limited to, oil changing is not permitted. The Property and/or Landlord are not responsible for any damage, vehicle theft, lost or stolen items from vehicles. No commercial vehicles, boats, campers, trailers, recreational vehicles, kayaks or motorcycles shall be parked on the Property, without prior approval from the Landlord.
  • Tenant acknowledges:
  • Inoperable, abandoned or unauthorized vehicle(s), as well as vehicles in a state of disrepair, will be towed at the vehicle owner's expense in accordance with local and/or state ordinances regarding vehicle towing. Landlord and/or Property Owner reserve the right to determine what constitutes an inoperable or unauthorized vehicle or a vehicle in a state of disrepair. Tenant agrees that Landlord will not be financially responsible for reimbursing Tenant for the cost of towed vehicle nor for any damages related to the physical towing nor for any consequential damages Tenant may incur through loss of use of the vehicle. Landlord may not issue warning to tow Tenants vehicle if Tenant is in violation of a rule or policy set forth in this Addendum.
  • Advance notice may not be provided prior to towing for certain circumstances. It is the Tenant's responsibility to make sure they (and their guests) comply with parking rules and regulations to avoid having their vehicle towed.
  • If applicable, Landlord shall provide Tenant one (1) parking tag for the duration of this Agreement. The tag should be displayed at all times and is required for any motorized vehicle (including motorcycles). The fee for the parking tag is included in the monthly rent. Tenant's should park in the designated lot for the Property. Tenant acknowledges:
  • An additional parking tag may be obtained from the Landlord for a fee of $100.00 per month, but is based upon availability. If a parking tag is lost, stolen, damaged, etc., Tenant shall pay Landlord a replacement fee of $100. Any vehicles not displaying the proper parking tag, are subject to section 6.2 of this Addendum.
  • Landlord only permits the following pet(s) to reside in the Unit, under limited terms and conditions. If no pet information is listed, it is agreed upon by both parties that no pets shall reside in the Unit.
  • The Tenant understands and agrees that, in the event of a violation of any of the terms and conditions herein, HN Global, LLC shall have the right to cancel the Pet Addendum and require the immediate removal of the pet(s) from the Property. Cancellation of the Pet Addendum by Landlord or by Tenant does not constitute a waiver of Tenant's sole responsibility for damages caused by pet(s) to the Unit or the Property. Tenant should take note of the following:
  • Tenant shall pay a one-time, non-refundable pet fee of $250.00 per pet. Only such pet(s) as specified in this Addendum and individually approved by Landlord, are authorized under this Pet Addendum. The addition or substitution of pet(s) is strictly prohibited, without the prior written consent of Landlord, which consent may be granted or withheld at Landlord's sole discretion. Pet(s) shall not cause danger, damage, nuisance, noise, odor, create a health hazard, or soil the Unit, the grounds, common areas, sidewalks, parking areas, landscaping, gardens, or any part of the premises. Tenant shall accept sole responsibility for cleaning, waste disposal, and for any damage, harm, or injury caused by pet(s). Tenant agrees to utilize pet areas for walking pet and allowing pet to go to the bathroom. Tenant shall license pet(s) in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Documentation may be requested by the Landlord at any time. Pet(s) shall be immunized in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. All pets must be spayed or neutered. Vet records may be requested by the Landlord at any time.
  • Pets are not allowed in any amenities of the Property. Tenant will not allow the pet to create excessive noise or to disturb other occupants. It the pet does create excessive disturbance, the Tenant will be asked to remove the pet from the Property. It is understood and agreed that the pet(s) must be crated/kenneled or secured before maintenance will be permitted into any Unit to conduct requested repairs and or inspections. No aggressive breeds or crossbreeds are not allowed by Property Manager - Premier and will not be accepted including but not limited: Pit Bull - Akita - Rottweiler - Chow - Doberman Pinscher. It is also understood that if it is necessary for the Landlord to fumigate the Unit, including any surrounding grounds (as necessary) for fleas and ticks at the Tenant's expense once the Tenant vacates the Unit. Tenant warrants that pet(s) has/have no history of causing physical harm to persons or property, such as biting, clawing, chewing, pecking, or scratching, and Tenant further warrants that pet(s) has/have no aggressive tendencies. Any attack or physical damage done by the Tenant's pet(s) will be the direct and sole responsibility of the Tenant and will be just cause for immediate termination of the Agreement and revocation of the Landlord's consent to such pet on the premises or in the Unit. Pet owner will NOT be released from the Agreement. Tenant shall strictly observe the following:
  • Dog or Cat-- Only two (2) pets (any combination) are permitted in the Unit. When not confined within the Unit, pet(s) shall be controlled at all times by containment in a carrier or by the use of a short leash with harness or collar. Pet(s) shall not be permitted in hallways or common areas, even while controlled, except under the continuous and direct supervision of Tenant. Cat shall use a litter box within the Unit and shall not use the common areas, grounds, or landscaping in lieu of a litter box. Tenant shall securely bag used cat litter and dispose of it at frequent intervals. Odors arising from cat litter shall constitute a violation of this Pet Addendum and will not be tolerated. Dog debris is to be picked up immediately as soon as it is done. Failure to comply will result in the assessment of a $100 clean-up fee on the first occurrence; on the second occurrence the pet must vacate the Unit. The pet owner will NOT be released from the Agreement. Repairs to damage caused by pet(s) to flooring, walls, woodwork, or any other facilities or appliances within the Unit or on the premises shall be the sole responsibility of Tenant. Dogs not on a leash will be subject to an additional fee of $100 per occurrence and 7 day notice of noncompliance may be issues. Pets can never be left unattended at anytime outside of Unit.
  • This Lease, including any addendum or separate rules, constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties hereto with respect to the tenancy. Neither the Tenant nor the Landlord may rely on oral statements, representations, or promises with respect to this Agreement; the Unit; any repairs, alterations, or improvements; or any change in the terms of tenancy.
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