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5 Things to Look for In Your Rental Property Investment

Monday, July 9, 2018

Purchasing your first rental property is a challenging experience. Just like buying a standard home, where you'd need to think about everything from the number of bedrooms you need to the amenities you need access to, there's a lot to consider with a rental property too.Since real estate is always a big investment, we thought we&#...

Three Tips on How to Use Online Reviews to Choose a Charlotte Property Management Company

Monday, February 26, 2018

Property management reviews can help you choose the right company to manage your Charlotte investment property. Today, we’re sharing three ways that you can use online reviews. Tip No. 1: Read Reviews from Landlords, Not Tenants Ideally, property managers want to keep everyone happy. But, sometimes property managers have to ...

Do Charlotte Property Management Companies Charge for Maintenance?

Monday, February 19, 2018

Most management companies are going to charge a fee for property maintenance. They need to cover their own costs, and some property managers will use maintenance and repairs to make a profit. Owners sometimes ask why we charge maintenance fees on top of the property management fee we already charge. It’s a fair question. Charlotte ...

A Primer's Guide for Someone New to Charlotte

Monday, September 11, 2017

Charlotte, North Carolina is a mid-sized Southern city that has shown a lot of growth over the past few years. The city has plenty to do, with more than 200 restaurants and multiple sports teams attracting close to 18 million visitors each year. For someone looking to make a long-term commitment, there are a few just a few things to learn...

Rental Inventory Low as Prices Escalate

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Rental inventory has remained low and prices remained escalating in Charlotte for some time. But, we may now be seeing the first signs of that slowing down, at least Uptown. It seems that renters are now seeking to rent in center city neighborhoods just outside of Uptown, such as SouthEnd and NoDa (which looks like it will be renamed to N...

Charlotte is Top 10... again!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

It's not a secret. The rest of the country already knows what we Charlotteans have know for many years. Charlotte real estate is an attractive market with a strong banking presence, affordable housing, good schools, good labor market and more. Medical and technology industry has also put Charlotte ahead of any other NC city. Residential c...

Tips for DIY Landlords in Charlotte, NC

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Managing your own Charlotte rental property is possible if you’re willing to invest the time, money, and other resources. The following tips can help you be a successful landlord if you decide that you want to do it on your own. Friends and Family Members as Tenants Renting to friends and family members can present complications....

Renting vs. Selling Your Property in Charlotte, NC

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Renting out your Charlotte property comes with advantages as well as disadvantages, and you’ll need to consider both the risks and the benefits when you’re deciding what to do with the home. Your decision will ultimately depend on your financial goals. The Risks and Benefits of Renting The biggest risk in renting out a Char...

My Tenant Isn’t Paying Rent, What Do I Do? | Charlotte Property Management Tips

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Most tenants are well meaning and intend to pay the rent on time every month. If they aren’t paying on time, it’s probably because they have fallen on hard times in some way and they just cannot come up with the money. They’re going to want to tell you about it. Tenants and Late Rent When you hear their story, you&r...

The Right Way to Evict a Tenant from Your Rental Property in Charlotte, NC

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

There are basically three ways to properly evict a tenant in North Carolina, and today we’re going over those options with you. Cash for Keys The first option is cash for keys, which is when you offer the tenants some money to cover their moving expenses if they can be out by the weekend, leave the property in excellent condition...

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