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Tennessee Eviction Tips for Landlords – Property Management Nashville

Landlords facing an eviction situation need to be sure they have a strong lease in place and are familiar with the Tennessee Landlord Tenant Act. We have a few tips on how to make sure you are prepared for a potential eviction. The Benefits of a Strong Lease First, if you’re a landlord managing your own property, w...

5 Compelling Reasons Absentee Landlords Should Not Manage Their Own Rental Property

There are five compelling reasons that absentee landlords should not manage their own properties in Nashville. If you have moved out of the city or the state, or even out of the country, and you are renting out your home in Nashville, leave it in the capable hands of a professional manager. Being Far Away The first reason is simply...

How to Screen Tenants Like a Professional Nashville Management Company

For the best results in tenant placement, landlords need to screen tenants as thoroughly as a professional property management company would. We are sharing some tips for how to screen the way we do.   Application Form Tenant screening starts with a good application form. This application needs to gather pertinent information ...

What Questions Should I Ask Prospective Tenants? Nashville Landlord Education

When you have advertised your property and you start to get leasing calls, you need to be prepared with a few questions for your prospective tenants. This can save you time because you don’t want to show your property to every single person who calls. Make sure the person will work for the property. Moving Dates Find out w...

What to Do When It’s Time to Renew My Tenant – Property Management Nashville Tips

At the end of the lease term, you need to decide if you want to sign another one-year lease with your tenants, or allow them to rent from you on a month to month basis. There are a few pros and cons to each scenario, which you want to consider when you’re thinking about lease renewals. One-Year Lease Renewal First, if you ...

Why Rent Out Your Nashville Home When You Have to Relocate for a Job

When you are relocating for your job, or there’s another opportunity away from Nashville that you want to pursue, it’s a good idea to consider renting out your home while you’re away. You might not have the time or the desire to sell it before you have to move, and there are a few reasons that renting it out makes mo...

How to Get Your Property Rented Fast – Tips from a Property Manager in Nashville

Getting your property rented fast makes financial sense; it means you aren’t losing rental income, and you have someone in place who is taking care of the home. There are a few things you can do to ensure you get a high quality renter as soon as possible. Curb Appeal The property needs good curb appeal. It must look good on t...

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