Terms and Conditions

Payments can be made by: 
  • Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express
  • Checks, Cashier's Checks, and Money Orders payments mail directly to:

    Pacific Coast Vacation Properties, Inc.
    P.O. Box 90111
    San Diego, CA 92169
All reservations require a $559 payment to hold chosen dates. 
30 days prior to arrival payment is due in full. 

  • Reservations canceled 30 days or more prior to arrival date are refundable without a cancellation fee. 
  • Reservations cancelled 30 days or fewer are non-refundable. 
  • Holiday reservations are non-refundable.

Expenses and items not mentioned, including, but not limited to: transportation, tips for personal services, meals, insurance, telephone calls and other items of a personal nature.

The following is what is contained in your rental agreement. Please read thoroughly before booking your vacation home. The terms and conditions herein are strictly adhered to and violation of any part(s) below may constitute monetary damages and/or eviction from the property. 

1. ONLINE RESERVATIONS: Reservations made online are not guaranteed until confirmed by Management. Expect confirmation email containing "Arrival Info" within 48 hours of online booking. Online rates are subject to change without notice until confirmed with Management.

2. PROPERTY: Occupant rents, for vacation purposes only, the furnished real property and improvements described as: (Address of Rental), situated in the city of San Diego, California ("Premises").

Check-in is no earlier than 3:00 PM on arrival date. Checkout is NO LATER than 10:00 AM on the departure date. 
It is VERY important that these times be adhered to. Late fees will accrue at the rate of $75 per half hour that you are late exiting the home starting at 10:30 am.  If Guests continue to occupy Premises past 12 noon on scheduled departure date, Guest will be charged for an additional nights stay. Any requests for early or late checkout MUST be approved by management prior to respective check in or checkout.

4. AUTHORIZED USE AND GUESTS: The Premises are for the sole use as a personal vacation residence by (Client Name) (Authorized Guests). (Client Name) is responsible for any guests that use the property during the term of this agreement. Authorized Guests may not exceed the total allowable Guests for Property at any time. No other guests, visitors, or persons are permitted if at max allowable. If the Premises are used, in any way, by more or different persons than those identified in this paragraph, (i) Occupant, Authorized Guests and all others may be required to immediately leave the Premises or be removed from the Premises; (ii) Occupant is in breach of this Agreement; and (iii) Occupant forfeits their right to return of any monies collected.

5. PAYMENTS: The Premises will not be held for Occupant until:
If booked online, Outside 30 Days of Arrival: Reservation Deposit of $500 has been received and terms have been accepted. 100% Balance Payment due 30 Days before Arrival and will be charged automatically to same credit card used, unless communicated otherwise. 

If booked online, Within 30 Days of Arrival: 100% of Total Cost has been received and terms have been accepted.
Reservations may be cancelled within 24 hours of initial reservation with a full refund minus a $50 processing fee.
PCVP offers Travelers Insurance through CSA Travel. Please see item 8 for detail. 

6. BALANCE DUE; LATE CHARGE: If Balance Payment is not received by applicable Due Date, PCVP may, at PCVPs sole discretion, either terminate this Agreement or impose a late charge of $200 or 10% of Unpaid Late Balance, whichever is greater. Reservation Payment will be forfeited if the Agreement is terminated, as it is NONREFUNDABLE.

7. SECURITY DEPOSIT: In lieu of Cash Deposit, PCVP requires a Valid Credit Card upon Reservation.* Occupant hereby grants consent for PCVP to charge Credit Card on file for any damages, missing items, excessive cleaning, and, if necessary, cost incurred to remove occupant from property. 
*If Guest is under the age of 25, PCVP requires a cash deposit in the amount of $1000 due upon booking. Such Deposit will be held until after Guests Departure and PCVP has confirmed there has been no excessive wear and/or damage to the Premises. 

8. CANCELLATION; REFUND; INSURANCE: CSA Vacation Rental Insurance has been offered with your reservation. Vacation Rental Insurance reimburses for pre-paid, non-refundable expenses due to certain unforeseeable circumstances that may jeopardize your vacation investment and force you to incur unplanned expenses. (See full details below)   We strongly recommend you purchase this valuable protection.

If no travel insurance is purchased and reservation is cancelled within 30 days of arrival date, PCVP will make reasonable effort to fill the property if Authorized Guest is forced to cancel Reservation. If able to fill the Reservation through another guest, Authorized Guest will be entitled to full refund less 10% of Reservation Total Cost.  If reservation is cancelled within 30 days of arrival date and PCVP cant fill reservation, Authorized Guest agrees to forfeit all monies paid up to cancellation date.
9. OCCUPANCY: Authorized Guest is person who will occupy the Premises. Parents may not book Premises for their children. Authorized Guest must be present on Premises for the Time of the reservation, and assumes full responsibility of all guests. No unlawful activity or any other activity that constitutes a nuisance or noise issue is permitted on Premises. No parties are permitted on Premises. Overcrowding or misrepresentation is grounds for immediate revocation of the license to the Property, and removal of Occupants without refund. Authorized Guest takes full responsibility for all lost or broken items, and any damages to the Property of any kind. 

10. CLEANING: Premises will be delivered to Occupant in a professionally cleaned condition. Upon termination of occupancy, PCVP will arrange for a professional cleaning service to return property to same condition as before Occupants arrival, less any normal wear and tear. Occupant is responsible for cost of this cleaning. Cleaning fee is mandatory and nonrefundable. Occupant is responsible for leaving the home in the condition they found it in minus cleaning of towels, linens, bathrooms, and mopping/sweeping of floors and carpets.  Any excessive cleaning necessary to bring home to condition before occupants arrival will be charged to the occupant.


11. NO PETS/ANIMALS: Pets/Animals are not allowed unless approved by management. Additional fees may apply for pets as outlined when booking property. If an unauthorized pet is on the Premises, (i) Occupant is responsible for all damage caused by the pet, (ii) Occupant, Authorized Guests, pet(s) and all others may be required to immediately leave the Premises, or be removed from it, (iii) Occupant is in breach of this Agreement.

12. NO SMOKING: No smoking is allowed on the Premises. If smoking does occur on the Premises, (i) Occupant is responsible for all damage caused by the smoking including, but not limited to, stains, burns, odors and removal of debris; (ii) Occupant, Authorized Guests, and all others may be required to immediately leave the Premises, or be removed from the Premises; (iii) Occupant is in breach of this Agreement. 
13. NSF CHECKS: If a check is returned NSF, Occupant shall pay $50.00 as an NSF fee. Occupant agrees that this charge represents a fair and reasonable estimate of the costs Owner may incur by reason of Occupant`s NSF payment. An NSF check will result in cancellation of this Agreement if the required payment is not made by the applicable Payment Due Date. 


14. CONDITION OF PREMISES: Occupant shall, on arrival, examine the premises, all furniture, furnishings, appliances, fixtures and landscaping, if any, and shall immediately report, in writing, if any are not in operating condition, in disrepair, or cleaned satisfactorily. Reporting repairs and/or cleaning issues does not give Occupant the right to cancel this Agreement or receive a refund of any payments made. 

15. RULES; REGULATIONS: NO COMMERCIAL USE. Occupant agrees to comply with any and all rules and regulations that are at any time posted on the Premises or delivered to Occupant. Occupant shall not, and shall ensure that guests and licensees of Occupant shall not: (i) disturb, annoy, endanger, or interfere with other occupants of the building in which Premises is located or its neighbors; (ii) use the Premises for any commercial or unlawful purpose including, but not limited to, using, manufacturing, selling, storing, or transporting illicit drugs or other contraband; (iii) violate any law or ordinance; or (iv) commit waste or nuisance on or about the Premises. 
16. MAINTENANCE: Occupant shall properly use, operate and safeguard the Premises including, if applicable, any landscaping, furniture, furnishings, appliances and all mechanical, electrical, gas and plumbing fixtures, and keep them clean and sanitary. Occupant shall immediately notify Management of any problem, malfunction or damage. Occupant shall pay for all repairs or replacements caused by Occupant, guests and licensees of Occupant, excluding ordinary wear and tear. Occupant shall pay for all damage to the Premises as a result of failure to report a problem, malfunction or damage in a timely manner.  Occupant shall pay for repair of drain blockages or stoppages, unless caused by defective plumbing parts or tree roots invading sewer lines. 

17. ALTERATIONS: Occupant shall not make any alterations in or about the Premises including, but not limited to, moving furniture, painting, wallpapering, adding or changing locks, installing antenna or satellite dish(es), placing signs, displays or exhibits, or using screws, fastening devices, large nails or adhesive materials. 
Occupant shall not alter any Entertainment System(s) in any way. Any unplugging of installed components or tampering of any kind with installed system will result in additional charge to have professional return to regular functioning status.

18. ENTRY: 
A. Management and Managements representatives and agents have the right to enter the Premises, at any time, (i) for the purpose of making necessary or agreed repairs, decorations, alterations, improvements, for maintenance or to supply necessary or agreed services; (ii) to verify that Occupant has complied with the terms of this Agreement; or (iii) in case of emergency. 
B. Management and Managements representatives and agents have the right to enter the Premises, upon reasonable notice, to show the Premises to prospective or actual purchasers, occupants, tenants, mortgagees, lenders, appraisers or contractors. 


19. NO ASSIGNMENT OR SUBLETTING: Occupant shall not assign any interest in this Agreement or sublet any part of the Premises. If this Agreement is assigned or the Premises or any part thereof is sublet, (i) Occupant, Authorized Guests, assignee(s), sublessee(s) and all others may be required to immediately leave the Premises, or be removed from it; (ii) Occupant is in breach of this Agreement.

20. UNAVAILABILITY: If for any reason beyond the control of Management, the Premises is unavailable, Management may substitute a comparable unit or cancel this Agreement and refund in full all payments made by Occupant. Such Circumstances include but are not limited to Owner Sale of Property, Construction/Re-Model, Double Booking, etc.
Upon termination of occupancy, Occupant shall: (i) return all copies of all keys or opening devices to the Premises, including any common areas; (ii) vacate the Premises and surrender it to Management empty of all persons; (iii) vacate any/all parking and/or storage space; and (iv) deliver the Premises to Management in the same condition less ordinary wear and tear as received upon arrival. 
A. Owner Insurance: Occupant`s or guests` personal property, including vehicles, are not insured by Owner or, if applicable, HOA, against loss or damage due to fire, theft, vandalism, rain, water, criminal or negligent acts of others, or any other cause. Owner/Management does not insure against personal injury to Occupant, guests or licensees due to any reason other than the condition of the Premises. 
B. Occupant Insurance: Management recommends that Occupant carry or obtain insurance to protect Occupant, guests and licensees and their personal property from any loss or damage. 
C. Indemnity and Hold Harmless: Occupant agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Owner and Management from all claims, disputes, litigation, judgments, costs and attorney fees resulting from loss, damage or injury to Occupant, Occupant`s guests or licensees or their personal property.

23. MEDIATION: Occupant agrees to mediate any dispute or claim arising out of this Agreement, or any resulting transaction, before resorting to arbitration or court action. Mediation fees, if any, shall be divided equally among the parties involved. Occupant agrees that any mediation shall take place in San Diego, CA.

24. MEGAN`S LAW DATABASE DISCLOSURE: Notice: Pursuant to Section 290.46 of the Penal Code, information about specified registered sex offenders is made available to the public via an Internet Web site maintained by the Department of Justice at www.meganslaw.ca.gov. Depending on an offender`s criminal history, this information will include either the address at which the offender resides or the community of residence and ZIP Code in which he or she resides. (Neither Landlord nor Brokers, if any, are required to check this website. If Tenant wants further information, Tenant should obtain information directly from this website.) 

25. JOINT AND INDIVIDUAL OBLIGATIONS: If there is more than one Occupant, each one shall be individually and completely responsible for the performance of all obligations under this Agreement, jointly and individually with every other Occupant. 

26. TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY: Occupant is renting the Premises as a transient lodger for the number of days reserved from Management who retains full legal, possessory and access rights. 

27. KEYS, LOCKS: Occupant acknowledges that locks to the Premises have not been rekeyed. If Occupant rekeys existing locks or opening devices, Occupant shall immediately deliver copies of all keys to Management. Occupant shall pay all costs and charges related to loss of any keys or opening devices. Occupant may not remove locks, even if installed by Occupant. 

28. VIDEO SURVELLANCE: (Some units only) Occupant acknowledges that 24 hour videotaping of the exterior premises occurs on said property. Video footage will only be viewed in the case of (i) loss, (ii) vandalism, or (ii) any event related to personal injury of guest(s) and/or occupant(s).


29. ENTIRE CONTRACT: Time is of the essence. All prior agreements between Owner and Occupant are incorporated in this Agreement, which constitutes the entire contract. It is intended as a final expression of the parties` agreement, and may not be contradicted by evidence of any prior agreement or contemporaneous oral agreement. The parties further intend that this Agreement constitutes the complete and exclusive statement of its terms, and that no extrinsic evidence whatsoever may be introduced in any judicial or other proceeding, if any, involving this Agreement. Any provision of this Agreement that is held to be invalid shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision in this Agreement. The waiver of any breach shall not be construed as a continuing waiver of the same or any subsequent breach. This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California. California shall have personal jurisdiction over the parties and the county in which the Premises is located shall be the forum for any legal action brought in relation to this Agreement. 

In consideration of the right to visit the home, I hereby release to the fullest extent allowed by law, Owner and its Management, members, officers, associates, employees, agents, representatives, attorneys, assigns, and affiliates (collectively, the Affiliates) from all liability or responsibility of any kind whatsoever for any personal injury, death, property damage or other loss sustained by me, my minor children, any guest identified on this form, or any guest or person allowed onto the property during my rental dates as a result of my, my childrens or the guests participation in a visit to the home, due to any cause whatsoever, including without limitation negligence on the part of Owner or Management. I understand that this release will bind my heirs, administrators, executors, and any other person or entity seeking to claim under or through me.


CSA Vacation Rental Insurance has been offered with your reservation. Vacation
Rental Insurance reimburses for pre-paid, non-refundable expenses due to certain
unforeseeable circumstances that may jeopardize your vacation investment and force
you to incur unplanned expenses. We strongly recommend you purchase this valuable


This Security Deposit Protection plan covers unintentional damages to the rental unit interior
that occur during your stay, provided they are disclosed to management prior to check-out. The
policy will pay a maximum benefit of $3000. Any damages that exceed $3000 will be
charged to the credit card on file. If, during your stay at one of our Rental Properties, an Insured
Person causes any damage to real or personal property of the unit as a result of inadvertent
acts or omissions, the Insurer will reimburse the Insured for the cost of repair or replacement of
such property up to a maximum benefit of $3000. Certain terms and conditions apply. Full
details of the Security Deposit Protection coverage are contained in the Certificate of Insurance
or Insurance Policy. The Security Deposit Protection can be purchased up to, and including
at, check-in. By submitting payment for this plan, you authorize and request CSA Travel
Protection and Insurance Services to pay directly Pacific Coast Vacation Properties any amount payable
under the terms and conditions of the Security Deposit Protection. Please contact  Pacific Coast Vacation Properties directly if you do not wish to participate in this plan or assignment.

How many of us could afford to lose the non-refundable part of our trip if something
unexpected happened? Your vacation investment is protected when you buy
CSA Vacation Rental Insurance, which covers you for trip cancellation, delay, and
interruption.  Pacific Coast Vacation Properties has partnered with CSA Travel Protection to provide
you with this important insurance and we highly recommend that you purchase the
protection to safeguard against the unexpected.

We all want the trip weve planned to be the vacation of our dreams. No one wants that
dream to turn into a nightmare, but unexpected events can happen! Troubles can occur
when you least anticipate them, illness...medical emergencies...delayed flights [snow
storms] and other severe weather. Forcing you to cancel or interrupt your trip, lose your
vacation investment, and incur unplanned expenses.

Coverage Questions? Call (866) 999-4018

In lieu of a security deposit, you can opt to purchase CSA Security Deposit Protection for
a nominal one-time cost instead of having to front the security deposit or have the full cost
of damage charged to your credit card. Securing this protection will provide you with the
assurance that damage which is caused inadvertently by you or a travel companion, will be
covered under the plan up to a maximum limit of $3,000. Eliminating the worry of when and
how much of the security deposit you will receive back or damages will be incurred.

Coverage Questions? Call (866) 999-4018