Homes for Rent in Metro Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Find Your Choice of Homes for Rent in Northeast Philadelphia

McSherry Property Management wants to ensure that you find the right rental home that fits your requirements. Whether you want a home in Northeast Philadelphia, Eastern Montgomery, Lower Bucks, Bristol, Jenkintown, or Willow Grove, we can help you find the right one. You can choose from our extensive list of homes for rent in Philadelphia and neighboring counties.

Once you find a home you like, you can easily schedule a property showing with one of our expert rental agents. Our emphasis on efficiency enables us to provide technology-integrated tenant services and allows you to apply online for a tenancy.

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Complete access to tenant portal

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Pay rent online through automated systems

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Submit maintenance requests around the clock

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24/7 emergency repairs and maintenance services

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Access to multiple property listings and showings

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Hassle-free online rental application process

Maintenance

To ensure smooth communication and provide efficient maintenance service, we require all non-emergency maintenance requests to be submitted in writing….Read More

Utilities

In most cases, you are responsible for paying for your electricity, gas, and water utilities. However, if you are renting a home in a municipality that…Read More

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Inspections

We conduct annual interior inspections as well as required city inspections, which need your cooperation to schedule…Read More

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Renewing Your Lease

Our standard lease includes an auto-renewal clause to make the renewal process as convenient as possible for you…Read More

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Moving-Out

Hopefully you’re moving because of good news! Please note that we usually require a 60-day notice before moving out…Read More

Security Deposit Refund

To ensure a smooth move-out process, please carefully review your lease and the email notices we send regarding state law requirements…Read More

Emergencies

To ensure your safety and the safety of all occupants, we ask that you vacate the premises immediately and call 911…Read More

Pets

As animal enthusiasts, we understand how important pets can be to you. If you’re considering getting a pet, please inform us immediately…Read More

Find The Right Rental

McSherry Property Management has a team of highly qualified professionals who ensure that every tenant finds the right home to settle into.

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All our services, whether for an investor or a tenant, are customized according to their requirements.

Our updated portals and listings also feature a list of optimal rentals that range across multiple budgets, lifestyles, and locations. We only consider your requirements and help you find the best property to make your rental experience unforgettable.

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Supportive Screening Process

Every property listed with us requires a good, qualified tenant. If you want to occupy one of our Philadelphia properties, you must undergo a screening process.

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Our screening process is conducted according to the Philadelphia tenant screening laws.

For better security for you and the property owner, we also run a comprehensive background check only after obtaining the applicant’s signature. To ensure a supportive screening process for renters like you, we provide a broad series of resources that you can refer to. If you require any additional assistance understanding the lease, our team will also walk you through it in detail.

Responsive Emergency Support

Emergencies can occur at any hour without any notice. Considering this, we always ensure that we are reachable on multiple channels of communication.

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We provide our renters access to online portals where they can schedule maintenance and repair tasks.

These secure portals can be accessed from anywhere, around the clock. We also maintain a detailed list of vendors, handymen, and contractors who can conduct all required emergency repairs. McSherry Property Management has multiple customized plans that can ensure your rental home stays in a habitable state. Our transparent communication model also makes it easy for you to contact us during emergencies.

 

 

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Maintenance

To ensure smooth communication and provide efficient maintenance service, we require all non-emergency maintenance requests to be submitted in writing through your portal, email, or letter. This helps us send the appropriate service technician and avoid any miscommunication.

To help us address your maintenance requests promptly, please follow these guidelines:

  • Submit all non-emergency service requests in writing through your portal, email to our Maintenance Department, or letter.
  • Provide as many details as possible about the issue(s), and cooperate with our staff if we require additional information, such as pictures to better understand the maintenance issue(s).
  • If you call us and we’re unavailable, please leave a detailed voicemail message, and we’ll respond within 24 hours or less.
  • Let us know if you have limited availability for communication and your preferred mode of communication (phone, text, or email).
  • Our standard hours of operation are from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm.

Utilities

In most cases, you are responsible for paying for your electricity, gas, and water utilities. However, if you are renting a home in a municipality that offers Water Affidavits, you are required to provide one. If a Water Affidavit is not available, we will have the water bill sent to us, pay it on your behalf, and then bill you for the expense through your rent ledger. A copy of the water bill will be accessible to you via your portal. Please be aware that unpaid water bills will be considered unpaid rent and may accumulate late fees if not paid on time.

If you are renting a unit in a multi-family building, please review your lease to confirm which utilities you are responsible for.

Inspections

We conduct annual interior inspections as well as required city inspections, which need your cooperation to schedule.

The purpose of annual inspections is to ensure that you are maintaining the home properly and also to identify any maintenance issues that may be present. Our inspectors will record the inspections, and we appreciate your cooperation.

We also conduct inspections when we take over the management of a home, so that we can document the condition and identify any maintenance issues.

Please make sure to cooperate with scheduling all inspections. Failure to do so may result in us having to issue a Legal Entry Notice to gain access.

Renewing Your Lease

Our standard lease includes an auto-renewal clause to make the renewal process as convenient as possible for you. You don’t have to take any action, and you can find the terms of the auto-renewal on your portal to review and contact us with any questions. We aim to exceed your expectations, so you can choose to stay with us.

To avoid any surprises, we send email reminders 90 days and 70 days before your lease expires to notify you that it will automatically renew. These emails also include reminders about our Move-Out process.

Moving-Out

Hopefully you’re moving because of good news! Please note that we usually require a 60-day notice before moving out, but it’s best to double-check your lease for the exact terms. If you’re interested in moving to another property within our management, please check our available homes. Alternatively, if you’re looking to purchase a home, we can assist you with that as well.

To ensure a smooth move-out process, please read your lease and the emails we send you about the necessary steps. Here’s a summary of some of those steps:

  1. Schedule a final water meter reading with the city to receive a final bill.
  2. Ensure that the lawn is trimmed and any weeds around the fence line, house, and garage foundations are removed. If it’s winter, shovel the snow from all walkways, sidewalks, and the driveway.
  3. Clean all appliances inside and out and clean behind and underneath them.
  4. Remove any stickers from doors and walls.
  5. Verify that all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors have the correct lithium-ion batteries.
  6. Replace any missing or non-working light bulbs.
  7. Remove all debris, as leaving it behind may result in additional fees.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any other Move-Out concerns.

Security Deposit Refund

To ensure a smooth move-out process, please carefully review your lease and the email notices we send regarding state law requirements. Please note that we are legally required to inspect the property and obtain bids for any damages within 30 days before returning your deposit. Our move-out inspection will only be scheduled once you have returned the home to us.

We commonly charge security deposits for failure to weed, unpaid water bills, unclean appliances, missing or incorrect light bulbs and smoke detector batteries, and debris left behind in the yard, garage, or basement. It is often more cost-effective for you to address any issues than for us to handle them.

Emergencies

To ensure your safety and the safety of all occupants, we ask that you vacate the premises immediately and call 911 if you feel that your safety is in danger. If the issue is related to electricity, gas, or water, please also call the local utility company emergency service. Afterward, please contact us to report the problem.

Your safety is our top priority, so we ask that you remove yourself from any potential hazards. If you choose to remain in the home, we appreciate any assistance you can provide in minimizing damages until a Service Tech arrives. This may involve us guiding you through the process of turning off gas or water valves.

Please note that our company policy defines an emergency as an issue that could result in injury to a person or severe damage to the property.

Pets

As animal enthusiasts, we understand how important pets can be to you. If you’re considering getting a pet, please inform us immediately. We’ll make every effort to seek permission from the homeowner, so you can enjoy the companionship of a pet. Please note that you’ll typically be required to pay a monthly pet fee, have renter’s insurance, and sign a Pet Addendum.

We’ll also need you to provide a photo of you with your pet, the pet’s name, breed, weight, and age, along with proof of up-to-date vaccinations and municipal licensing.

Please be aware that you must notify us in writing if you plan to pet-sit for anyone overnight. Written approval from us will be required for any pet-sitting lasting more than a night. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in penalties being charged.

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603 County Line Rd,
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