What is the typical eviction process?

Five days after you have been served the Landlord’s Five Days’ Notice, if you have still not submitted full payment for all past due rent and late fees, we will file for your eviction. You will be served by a representative of the Cook County Sheriff’s office at your home with a court date for the eviction proceedings. Once a judgment is granted for past due rent and possession of the property, the court specifies the number of days you have to vacate the property. If you do not vacate within that time frame, an Order for Possession will be [...]

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How do I make my rent payments after I have moved in?

Most of our buildings are now set up for online payments through our Tenant Web Access Portal. Payments made using a checking/savings account and routing number are free and payments made by credit/debit cards incur a 3% processing fee. For access to the online portal please email info@winnemacproperties.com.If you are paying with a check or money order, send your payment to our office or drop it off in person. If the office is closed, you can slide your payment through the mail slot.We also offer auto-draft payments from your checking or savings account at certain properties. If you are interested in [...]

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When is rent due?

Rent is due on the 1st day of the month and is late after the 5th. Rent must be in our office by the end of the business day on the 5th of the month in order to not incur a late payment fee. Any rent payments made after the 5th should include this fee.

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