Why people choose us
Our reputation for honesty and integrity, coupled with great results and quality service. Small town charm, large city conveniences.
When you lease with BailCo Properties, you are engaging one of the areas most dedicated and well-resourced teams.
In 2016, BailCo Properties celebrates our 40th anniversary. To celebrate we planted 40 trees around the community .
BailCo offers one, two, three and four bedroom floorplans in a variety of locastions and neighborhoods in Southern Illinois.
Brian will prove to you that not all Property Managers are the same. With his likeable personality, drive for success and extensive local experience you can rest assured that there is no better to assist you.
Brenda is an award winning Property Manager providing housing services in the local market for over 16 years, offering her clients a strong local profile and an edge in what can be a very competitive market.
Mark utilizes skills as an electrician, plumber, painter, HVAC technician and roofer to ensure your leasing experience is carefree allowing you to concentrate on other interest knowing your home is well maintained.
Bruce, our professional painter, creates the fresh new look you will encounter when leasing a new home from Bail-Co Properties. He excels in making the backdrops for your personal belongings clean and bright.
Sean gives our larger complexes a pristine exterior look by trimming landscape, cutting lawns and ensuring common areas, sidewalks, and driveways are clean and clear of impediment in all weather for you.
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Whether you're the landlord or tenant of a residential rental property, you'll find this article on the Tenancy Tribunal useful, should you ever find yourself in a dispute arising out of your Tenancy Agreement. That's because the Tenancy Tribunal is a court, part of the Ministry of Justice, which has been set up to deal with unresolved problems between landlords and tenants. The person who makes a decision on a case is called an adjudicator and his or her decision is binding on all parties. Parties normally represent themselves and it is unusual for parties to be represented by lawyers.
A tenancy adjudicator listens to what each person has to say, hears any witnesses and evidence that either side wants considered, and then makes a decision, guided by the provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act 1986. Under the Act, all tenancies entered into after 1 December 1996 must have a written agreement setting out the particular terms that have been agreed to. This agreement should be signed, with a copy being retained by each party. The Tribunal will seek to enforce the terms of the agreement and will seek guidance from the agreement when making a decision.