We hope this letter finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. The past few weeks have, undoubtedly, been some of the most life-changing weeks we’ve seen in modern times. The looming threat of the COVID-19 virus has taken this country, and our state, by storm. We are hoping and praying that the extreme social distancing will prove effective to slow the spread of this illness and that we’ll all soon be back to normal.
As your property manager, we wanted to reach out and address a few important issues regarding the pandemic as well as your tenancy.
Right now, no doubt you’ve heard about (and are engaged in) what we refer to as “social distancing.” The purpose of this world-wide action is not simply to stop you from getting sick; the larger purpose is to slow down the progression of this virus so hospitals will not be overwhelmed with those who are most likely to be affected. Without social distancing, hospitals will quickly be overrun with far too many patients and not enough equipment to handle it. As such, we encourage you to stay home and follow the guidelines set forth by the CDC, which you can read more about by going to http://cdc.gov/coronavirus.
Maintenance & Repairs:
Due to the restrictions on work and the need to keep government-mandated social distancing, we may be slower than normal to respond to non-emergency maintenance requests. Please be patient as we work on what we can when we can. And if any maintenance workers are sent to your home, please be sure to keep at least six feet away from them, to maintain the social distancing.
As of now, the owners of rental properties in the United States are still responsible for making their mortgage payments to their banks, as well as paying for taxes, insurance, repairs, and other expenses needed to maintain your park/lot. We still need to make sure we receive income to cover these bills.
If you have lost all ability to pay rent, including losing your job, your other sources of income, your unemployment has run out, and funds from the CARES Act have not arrived, then please text us at 850-503-2584 as soon as possible so we can help you go over your options. Communication is key and urgent.
- If you have not already, all guests are required to be registered. Text WORVP to 850-503-2584. Guests are required to adhere to all Rules and Regulations of the Park. Anyone unregistered is considered trespassing and may be asked to vacate the park.
- The bathhouse and laundry facility will be CLOSED Tuesdays from 10:30-12pm for cleaning.
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Federal Loan Payment Assistance
Temporarily Laid-Off? Reduced Hours? Unemployed? Alabama Unemployment:
For additional resources on unemployment, workplace safety, as well as the latest news please visit https://www.dol.gov/coronavirus. This is a rapidly changing time for everyone, guests and landlords alike and we will continue to monitor the economic landscape in the coming weeks and months.
Thank you for being a valued guest and we look forward to getting through these tough times together. As always, don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.