E&D REALTY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT UPDATES
E&D Realty Property Management Contacts:
On Site Manager: Ludie Smith
Office Manager: Lydia Pope
MAKE SURE YOU CONTACT THE RIGHT PERSON
Property Inspections – E&D Realty will be conducting inspections January of 2021 for our Bi-Annual Inspection. Please look out for dates and schedules.
ALL Problems should be directed to our office (216) 751-0200.
We are Open Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:30pm. Call by PHONE or Email us
Non-Emergency Calls– Please contact office (above) during business hours. After Business Hours please contact office and leave message. All calls are monitored. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IN the Case of Life/Safety Emergency – Call 911. Do not call Management.
Register for a tenant membership to get our 24 hours service numbers
You will need to create a membership to gain access to our emergency hotline contacts.
Already have a Tenant Membership – Click here for our 24 hour hotline service number
Please Contact Management Company of Any Problems with the property. Remember Problems become BIGGER when we are NOT aware of the repairs/problems.
E&D Realty and Investment Company is NOW Accepting forms of payments for your convenience. Forms of Payment: Cash (in office ONLY), Checks, Money Orders, Cashier’s Check, Direct Deposit.
Please note E&D Realty DOES NOT pick up Rent.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR RENT IS IN ON TIME TO AVOID A LATE FEE!
(refer to your agreement for due date)
RENTAL PAYMENT OPTIONS
Forms of Payment:
Cash (in office ONLY)
1. Pay at Office (3030 Euclid Avenue Suite 412* Cleveland, Oh 44115) If no one is there you can also place in Drop BOX Doors Open Monday-Friday 8:00 am -4:00 pm (do not place CASH in the Drop Box).
2. Pay Pal: Online Payment includes a 3.4% service fee
Pay your rent using Zelle
3. Credit Card/Debit Card by Phone (call office Mon-Fri 9-4:30 pm) -4% charge will apply
4. Direct Deposit- You may contact your Employer/Human Resource office for Direct Deposit information (we will provide you any necessary banking documents).
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