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Follow these steps to apply for a current property avaliable to rent:

  1. Head to and navigate to the “Properties For Rent” tab.
  2. Find the property you would like to apply for.
  3. Fill out the application in its entirety and pay the application fee.
  4. Upload all necessary documents the system prompts you to.
  5. LRES management will be in touch upon receipt.
  • We look for a credit score of 600+, clean eviction histories and income equaling at least 3 times the rent.
  • The income requirement is gross (before taxes are taken out)
  • Approval is not based solely on credit score, all of an applicant’s information is taken into consideration

Applications are $100 per adult applying and are non-refundable. Some properties may require an additional HOA application fee, this will be noted on the rental listing.

Each adult 18+ has to fill out their own application.

We do allow co-signers and they would need to fill out their own application and pay the fee.

For properties that are pet friendly there is a $300 non refundable pet fee. We do not charge pet rent.

Pet friendly properties are usually breed restricted (no aggressive breeds)

Some properties require a FIDO score via

We offer a security deposit alternative via Rhino security deposit replacement.


Usually the security deposit is equal to one month’s rent….However, this can change depending on the application results.

Yes,  we encourage you to do so! It is the fastest and most reliable way to pay rent. Once you are approved for residency of the rental property LRES management will activate your new tenant portal.  You will then sign in and set up your online payments for rent each month.  If you decide to pay by certified funds a $10 processing fee will apply.

Maintenance FAQ’s

If there is an electrical fire, call 911 immediately.

Check the breakers on the breaker panel. A tripped breaker is usually the issue.

Check for the GFCI, which is usually located in the garage, patio, kitchen, or the bathroom. Resetting the GFCI will most likely resolve the issue. Sometimes there is more than one GFCI; it is a good idea to check around the house to be aware if an electrical problem should occur. There may not be GFCI plugs in homes built before 1970.

If the air-conditioner does not work, be sure to check all of your circuit breakers. Often during hot weather or if a circuit breaker overloads, it will trip off the circuit breaker. A tripped circuit breaker is often difficult to see, and it could appear that it is not. Therefore, you must turn the breaker all the way off and then turn the breaker all the way on. If you do not turn the circuit breaker all the way off, it does not “reset” itself to correct the problem.

Check the condensation drain line. If this is clogged it will shut the system down. As stated in your lease you should pour vinegar down the condensation drain line monthly when you change your filter.

Replace monthly if you smoke, or you have allowed someone to smoke in the property.
Replace at a minimum every three months, and with the correct size. The filter size is on the side of the filter, and an arrow indicates the direction of the airflow

CALL 911 immediately…

An emergency is anything relating to the property under the lease that is threatening
to life, health, safety, and the property.

Any emergency with immediate danger, such as fire, call 911.

Call the gas company for any gas related emergencies and 911 (if necessary).

Call the electric company for any IMMEDIATE electrical danger related emergencies and 911 (if necessary).

Fill out a maintenance request through your tenant portal for all of the other problems.
The following are examples of NON-EMERGENCIES: Refrigerator out, locking yourself out of the house, power or gas off, oven not working, A/C out if the temperature outside is below 85 degrees and/or the property has 2 A/C units and one is still functioning properly, water heater out.

Cleaning FAQ’s

Prevent mildew and mold from accumulating by regularly cleaning grout and surfaces surrounding. If mildew and mold appear, use a product such as X-14 or Tilex to remove immediately. Also, keep bathrooms properly ventilated to prevent mildew and mold from happening.
ALWAYS use an exhaust fan or window, while taking showers and for an extended reasonable time afterward to help circulate warm air to further limit any problems.

Maintenance and cleanliness of carpets and flooring are the responsibility of tenants during occupancy, when moving, and at their own expense.

Keep floors vacuumed and immediately clean up spills to prevent stains and damage.

Do not use wax on vinyl or tile.

Use only hardwood floor cleaners on hardwood floors.
Have carpets steam cleaned when appropriate; do not use home floor cleaning machines.

Check curtains before washing to see if they are washable, if not, dry clean curtains. Do not wash drapes, dry clean them.

Wipe all blinds with soft dry cloth or with products designed for the blinds.
Close windows against the elements of weather.

Lock windows and doors when leaving the residence.

While we love our pets to death, make sure you are picking up after them and not letting them ruin any walls, furniture, etc.

Maintain exterior landscape by mowing, trimming, weeding, fertilizing, watering, pruning the shrubs and weeding the beds at Tenant’s expense.
In the event the Tenant fails to properly maintain the grounds, and/or landscape as required by this lease agreement, the Landlord shall provide written notice to the Tenant specifying the manner in which the Tenant has failed to comply with the provision of this paragraph and the action required for compliance.

If a bulb burns out, replace it with the correct size and wattage. Do not use light bulbs with an excess of 60 Watts


Orlando Office

1508 E. Concord Street

Orlando, FL 32803

Phone: 321-244-2542