Whether you’re a current Greenfield Highlands resident or are interested in joining our community in Greenfield, WI, chances are, you have questions. Check out our frequently asked questions (and answers) below. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, reach out and one of our helpful team members will get you the answers you need.
Becoming a Greenfield Highlands Resident
• $500 security deposit (with approved credit)
• $25 app fee per adult occupant
Yes! We offer lease terms from 3 to 15 months. Pricing changes daily and the lease length can affect the pricing. We offer month-to-month lease options to our current residents after their initial lease term.
Current Greenfield Highlands Residents
Absolutely! We love finding solutions for our residents. There may be limits based on available apartments and the timeframe in which you wish to transfer, however. Call the office for details and options. Please note that if you transfer during your current lease, there is a transfer fee of 75% of your rent owed at the time of signing the transfer paperwork.
1.) You can contact our leasing office directly so our team can place the service request in the system for you.
2.) Our online resident portal, Active Building, will allow you the ease of placing service requests online even after office hours.
In the event of an emergency, such as a fire, flood, AC not working, refrigerator not working, please contact the emergency maintenance number provided to you during move-in and noted on Active Building.
In the event of a resident lockout during business hours, residents can always come up to the office or call our office for our team to open the door to your home.
Should your lockout occur after business hours, there is a $50.00 lockout fee charged back to the resident for our on-call maintenance team member to come out on site and open your front door. Residents are required to provide proof of identification for entry into their home.
In Wisconsin, we are required to work off a re-rental policy. When you turn in keys early, we will begin marketing your apartment for a new resident to move in immediately. As soon as a new resident moves in, you are no longer responsible for the lease or rent on the apartment home. Until that point, you are responsible for rent on your apartment home and utilities until the end of your lease.
We require 60 days' notice to vacate for all leases. If your entered 60 days notice goes beyond your lease, you will pay the prorated month to month.