Answer: We will not. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to Sub-Lease their space.
Of course, Wolverine Property Management will assist where we can. It is the Tenant who does the actual leasing, filling in of the contract details, sending the completed and signed contract back to Wolverine Property Management and the move in and move out of their Sub-Tenant.
All residents in our buildings are required to agree to the buildings basic rules, which is what a Lease or Sub-Lease agreement is.
These rules are in place to protect the property, other tenants, the property owner, Wolverine Property Management, the Sub-Tenant and YOU the Tenant who is Sub-Leasing.
There will be NO exemptions to this. Everyone signs an agreement.
Wolverine Property Management MUST pre-approve ALL Sub-Leases prior to occupancy by the Sub-Tenant.
So the answer is definitely - YES, no exceptions
It's also appropriate to let your fellow tenants know, maybe even introduce them to your new Sub-Tenant.
Yes. This fee is to help cover the administration costs that we incur.
That is up to you. Whether it is you or your Sub-Tenant, this is part of your negotiations with them.
You, however, are the one responsible for forwarding the payment to Wolverine Property Management within 24 hours of the time you forward a copy of the Sub-Lease agreement to us.
You have three choices:
You have four choices:
Blank Sub-Lease agreements are located here.
This is up to you and your negotiations with your Sub-Tenant. You may literally charge them any price you want, but remember if you aren't competitive you likely will lose the opportunity.
You and your Guarantor are ultimately responsible. The Sub-Tenant is YOUR responsibility during the entire period of the Sub-Lease. So, if you Sub-Lease the last 4 months of your Lease Agreement, it would be wise to come back once, prepared to do some cleaning, in order to avoid Management's assessment of extra cleaning or move out fees.
No, student housing is for students only.
No, guys only mean guys only. Whatever the gender of the room is before your sub-lease it must be after.
You need to read the FAQs for Wolverine's Short Term Student Housing List.
You are responsible until the end of your lease agreement, whether you have a Sub-Tenant or not. So whether you are living there or not, you have the ultimate responsibility for your Sub-Tenant and the rental space. If your Sub-Tenant moves out and leaves garbage, damage or doesn't clean the stove, etc., you will be held responsible by us.