Which apartments do you manage?
Do you have to be a student to rent at Samish Station?
How much are your application fees?
How much is the security deposit?
How can I "hold" an apartment?
Do you allow pets?
Can you do showings on the weekend?
Can I pay my rent online?
Where can I submit a non-emergency maintenance request?
I have a maintenance emergency! What do I do?
Our power went out. Can you help me?
We do not provide management services to third-party landlords. We build and own every property we manage.
We manage the Fairhaven Harbor Apartments, the Samish Station Apartments, Chelan Crest Apartments and the Elwood Edge Apartments, in addition to several homes and commercial spaces. Find out available listings by clicking here. Call us for future availability!
Nope! We rent to anyone who qualifies.
Application fees are $48 per applicant.
Typically, our security deposits are $2,000.
You can put down a holding fee on an apartment equal to one-half the security deposit. This will reserve the unit for you while we process your application. This fee is refundable should we deny your application or otherwise be unable to deliver the apartment to you, but it is NOT refundable if you simply change your mind and decide to live somewhere else.
In our rental apartments (not our homes), we allow cats and dogs with no weight or breed restrictions. There is a one-time pet fee of $400 and monthly pet rent of $50.
We are available on the weekends by appointment only, so make sure to call at least two days in advance if you want a weekend appointment.
Yes! When you move in, we will send an activation email to whatever email address you put on your application. This will allow you to access your tenant portal, where you can see your balance, make payments and even submit maintenance requests!
You can submit any non-emergency maintenance requests through your resident portal, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For issues of fire or safety, please call 9-1-1. Otherwise, call 360-594-1582. If it is after hours, be sure to leave a voicemail if you didn't receive an immediate response!
If this is a widespread power issue, you'll need to contact Puget Sound Energy and report the issue to them. If this issue is only affecting your unit, give us a call and we'll see what we can do!