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How To Upload Files To Our Website
  1. Sign in with your username and password
  2. Click the choose file button under the "Upload Files Here" title
  3. Select your tenants application from your computer
  4. To send, click the "Upload File" button
  5. Logout of your account
  6. At that point an email will be sent to NCRPA and one of your staff members will start to process your documents
How To Retrieve Files After They're Completed
  1. Log Back into your account with the same username and password
  2. You can view your documents under the "Your Files" title
  3. You can do 3 three things with your documents
  • Print your documents out to keep for your records (recommended)
  • Download these documents to your computer
  • Leave them in your NCRPA online file cabinet (Please note files will be archived annually)
Below is a brief video showing you exactly how to do it!
Statement About Our Evictions Department
Our Evictions Department is temporarily closed at this time due to the CA Statewide Moratorium Ordinance and CA State of Emergency. In addition to the State's Moratorium, the County of San Joaquin, City of Stockton has a moratorium in place as well. A moratorium essentially "freezes" current evictions and prevents new filings for a set period of time. At this time, all you can do is serve and hold onto to your Notice until we are able to resume the eviction process. These Notices are not enforceable at this time. However, hold onto the original notice so that we can process your eviction immediately upon the courts reopening. We have a waiting list in place at this time and would be happy to add your pending case(s) to it.
Due to COVID-19 and the CA Stay At Home Order, it means just that. Under no circumstances are Owner/Agents allowed to evict or to require any tenant to move for any reason (OTHER THAN FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY REASONS ONLY)  until the state of emergency, the state moratorium as well as the moratorium that is in place with the County, have been lifted .
After these ordinances have been lifted, it will then be an additional 90 days after that before we can file your case in the courts. The courts will not accept any documentation for eviction filings until this enforced waiting period is over. If you've already served a notice to your tenants, please retain these documents so that they can be used for the eviction process.

NCRPA currently has a waiting list for pending evictions once the moratorium has been lifted. Click the button below in order to be added to this list. Please include the following information:
  1. Member name
  2. Your phone number
  3. The rental property address
  4. Tenant name
  5. The type of notice you served
To all NCRPA members;

As a result of COVID-19, we've had to adjust our methods and completely rely on automation to service our members efficiently. As restrictions slowly lift NCRPA plans to continue keeping the health and safety of our staff & members in mind.

On June 1st, the staff has returned to the office with our new hours.

All other services can be completed through our website. Instructions on how to upload and retrieve documents to our website are listed above.

If you have any further questions, you can still call us during the revised business hours. Thank you for your continued understanding, and we hope you and your loved ones stay safe during this time.