1:Yes, unless it is specifically prohibited in the marketing information provided  for the property, but you must get specific approval first           from SDCPM 

2:Paint must match the same type as exists (eg if semi gloss you must paint with semi-gloss) and you must agree to cover all the costs           for material and labor to paint only walls, ceilings and cabinets and that you agree to pay  for any costs incurred by the property owner to     remove paint from where it should not be (e.g. Locks, blinds, carpet) or any other damages incurred by the property owner due to               incorrect painting methods. 

3: If there is a fireplace that you want to paint you will need to follow these instructions
     Need to use a primer first, once the primer is dry, it's time to paint. Choose  the indoor latex paint, either flat, semi gloss, or gloss, that is rated to                        withstand temperatures generated by the fireplace (generally about 200°F), and a roller specifically for textured surfaces. Apply a second and third                coat as needed. This type of paint is only appropriate for the exterior of a brick fireplace, not the interior firebox. DO NOT PAINT THE FIREBOX

4: For the color some variation of white (eg Arizona, Navajo) is preferred but if you wish another color, please provide and  if possible                include a photo of the color to be used and we will let you know if approved or not 

5: You agree to follow industry standards regarding paint safety and work practices and asbestos.

6 All paint to be purchased from a US retail paint store. 

7: If the property was built before 1979 you will follow latest industry standards in California for lead paint.
    You agree to remove all materials from the property once done (eg paint brushes, used cans etc) 

8 Once the  property has inspected after the agreed painting has been approved, please let us know so we can inspect

9: You cannot paint the unit before you move in.

10:Do not paint over wallpaper but remove it carefully. If you are not able to remove it, then if you paint over it, you will be held                       responsible for any extra costs, the owner may incur when you move out,  due to you having painted over it.

11:If you want just a can of paint to match the existing paint please contact