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Below, we’ve gathered some helpful resident resources and quick responses to any questions you might have. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us at the main office.

 

    FAQs

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    • We’re here to provide the best housing and service in the area! If you have any other questions, or need further clarification on any of the questions addressed below, please contact us at 478-929-8988.


  • What are the requirements for vacating my home?

     
    • Written notice is required before vacating quarters and should be given at our management office as soon as you are aware of your moving arrangements (written 30 or 60 day notice depending on lease terms). 


  • How does the waiting list process work?

     
    • If housing is not available you may request placement on our wait list. We will refer units as they become available.



  • About Utilities

  • Will I have to pay utilities?

     
    • Residents are responsible for electric and gas.



  • About Rent Payments

  • What does my rent include?

     
    • Your rent includes Water, Trash, Sewage and Landscaping.


  • If my rent is late, do I need to pay a late fee?

     
    • Yes, late fees apply for rent and all other charges that are not paid in a timely manner


  • What is the eviction policy?

     
    • Residents may be evicted for non-payment, egregious acts, or failure to follow Community Policies.


  • Who is responsible for answering my payment questions?

     
    • You may direct your questions to the Housing management office.



  • About Pets

  • What is the pet policy?

     
    • The number of pets in a home is limited to two. Residents are required to complete a Pet Addendum with the leasing agreement. The following aggressive breeds are not permitted: Akita, Chow, Doberman, Pit Bull, Rottweiler, American Staffordshire Terriers, English Stafford Terriers, Bull Terriers, Wolf Hybrids or any other breed with dominant traits geared toward aggression. Residents are responsible for any pet damages. Exotic pets are not allowed. $300 Non-refundable Pet Fee plus $10/month pet rent per pet (2 walking pets allowed)



  • About Maintenance

  • Who will be performing maintenance service requests, and will I be charged?

     
    • Our fully bonded maintenance staff will be resolving all service requests for residents. Hunt Companies provides a 24-hour a day service line where you’ll talk to a real person to provide the details of your request. We will even take care of your request if you cannot take time off from your busy schedule to be in your home. Residents will never be charged for the service performed.


  • How do I contact Maintenance if I have a maintenance service request?

     
    • You can submit a request online or contact our 24-hour a day service line at 478-929-3142


  • Will garbage be picked up?

     
    • Yes. Huntington Village will be responsible for trash pickup at no additional cost to the resident.


  • Do I need to mow my own lawn?

     
    • Yes, all residents are required to mow any fenced in yards. Landscaping services are included for residents without a fence



  • About Lease Signing

  • Do I have to sign a lease?

     
    • Yes, all residents are required to sign a lease.


  • What if I decide to break my lease for other reasons prior to the one-year expiration?

     
    • If you do not fulfill your lease term, i.e., move out before your lease expires, you are held responsible for rent until such time as your lease expires or a new resident moves in to your residence, whichever occurs first.


  • How will I sign the lease if I am the military member and am deployed or on an unaccompanied tour?

     
    • Your spouse may sign the lease if they have a Power of Attorney. If your spouse does not have Power of Attorney please contact the Family Housing Office for further assistance.


  • What kind of lease does Huntington Village use?

     
    • •The lease is a standard resident agreement used by all conventional (civilian) rental properties. Residents are required to sign a lease in order to reside in housing. The lease specifies the rights and responsibilities of resident and owner.