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How to Properly Prepare Your Nashville Rental Property for the Winter Season

Beverly Browning - Tuesday, October 17, 2017


All across the country, there are diverse weather conditions, and different areas have to prepare in different ways. We are discussing how to prepare your rental property for the winter season here in Nashville.
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3 Benefits of Leasing Your Nashville Rental Property Furnished vs. Unfurnished

Beverly Browning - Tuesday, September 19, 2017


Many investment property owners wonder whether it’s a good idea to rent out their property furnished in the short term or unfurnished in the long term. We think it’s better to rent to long term tenants, and today we’re sharing three reasons why.   Read More

Pest Control – Landlord or Tenant Responsibility for Nashville Rental Property?

Beverly Browning - Tuesday, August 22, 2017


Who is responsible for pest control – the tenant or the landlord? Today, we are sharing some information about how we do it at Browning-Gordon Company.   Read More

Eviction Process Explained by Local Nashville Professional Property Manager

Beverly Browning - Monday, July 24, 2017


If we have a tenant who needs to be evicted because of nonpayment of rent or a lease violation, we turn it over to our attorney, who specializes in the Landlord Tenant Act here in Nashville. He knows the law very well and represents our owners successfully. Today, we’re talking about the eviction process, and what you can expect.   Read More

5 Preventative Maintenance Tips for Nashville Rental Properties

Beverly Browning - Tuesday, June 27, 2017


Preventative maintenance for your property is important because it protects your property value and prevents expensive repairs later on. We have several different programs we offer our owners. We don’t force them to participate, but we strongly recommend it. Using professional property management in Nashville can help you maintain your home better.   Read More

Emergency Maintenance 101: What Every Nashville Homeowner Needs to Know

Beverly Browning - Tuesday, May 30, 2017


What do you consider to be emergency maintenance? We’re talking today about how we classify it in our office. Fire, flood, blood, or uncontrolled running water are all emergencies. If there is any human life in danger, then it’s certainly an emergency. If your property is being damaged, we also consider it an emergency.    Read More

How to Properly Price Your Nashville Rental to Get the Max Rent

Beverly Browning - Wednesday, May 17, 2017


When it comes to properly pricing your rental property, the best thing you can do is hire a professional property manager. A company providing property management in Nashville knows the local market and has the experience you need to ensure your home earns as much as it can.   Read More

How to Properly Handle Security Deposits for Your Nashville Rental Property – Landlord Advice

Beverly Browning - Wednesday, May 03, 2017


If you’re not getting professional property management in Nashville, you’ll need to know how to handle security deposits for your rental property.    Read More

Should I Allow Pets in my Nashville Rental Property? Property Management Advice

Beverly Browning - Wednesday, April 19, 2017


Allowing pets in your property or not allowing them is a personal decision that depends on your own preferences. A lot of owners say they don’t want to rent to any pets because of the potential damage that can occur. That’s fine. It’s your choice, and pets are not a covered class, so we can say no to tenants who have them. However, there are a few things you should consider before deciding whether or not to allow pets in your rental property.    Read More

Disparate Action 101 for Owners: What You Need to Know About Your Nashville Rental Property

Beverly Browning - Wednesday, April 05, 2017


Our subject today is something called disparate impact. Most of us know about the Fair Housing Law, which says there should be no discrimination against any applicant for housing based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or handicapped status. Now, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is stating that there is a new guidance on criminal background checks.   Read More


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