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902 Belknap St, Superior, WI 54880, USA

©2028 BY NORTHLAND RENTAL RESOURCE.

HELP AND ADVICE

Property Management FAQs

ARE YOUR RENTAL GUIDELINES FLEXIBLE?

Example: "I have a low credit score."

Answer: Each applicant will be reviewed on a case by case basis. All application information is collected and presented to the owner of the property for thier review.

ARE WE RESPONSIBLE FOR CITY CODE VIOLATIONS?

As a tenant, if you are responsible to maintain the property (i.e: Lawn Care, Feces, Snow Removal, Refuse) and it is not maintained properly, the City of Superior may issue a citation and fines. You would be responsible for the fines and correction of the violation.  This would be a violation of your lease agreement and cause for lease termination.

A copy of the City of Superior Ordinance Code can be found online

We recommend you thoroughly read through all the documents you are signing.

DO YOU HAVE SECTION 8 HOUSING?

This is an owners decision and decided on a case by case basis.

DO YOU ALLOW PETS?

Pets of any kind are all subject to the Pet Policy: (i.e. birds, fish, cats, dogs, etc.)  Some properties/owners allow pets of certain type or size and some properties do not allow pets at all. Properties that allow pets are subject to an additional pet amendment to the lease and also require a pet deposit apart from the security deposit for the unit.

CAN I MAKE PAYMENTS ON MY SECURITY DEPOSIT?

No, you must have your full security deposit and rent due to initiate your lease.

CAN WE RUN A SMALL BUSINESS FROM OUR RENTAL?

No, your lease prohibits any business activities from being preformed on your leased property.

IS THAT PLACE STILL FOR RENT?

Please view our available properties on the Property Gallery. We update this quite regularly, you may find that more than one property suits your needs. Good luck in your property rental search.

If your question is still not answered, please contact us directly.

WHAT DO WE DO IF WE SMELL SMOKE OR A GAS LEAK?

Go to a safe location and call 911 immediately. You can refer to our Emergency section for any other questions.