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April 2020

A recent article published by Greater Nashville Realtors gives positive indicators of a steady and even growing real estate market. Many locally, and around the country, have wondered how our real estate market would fare during this unprecendented financial crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Early indications now show that there may not be much need for worry, at least for now. The article states that there were 3,346 closings reported for the month of March...

March 2020

The Tennessean recently reported that evictions in Davidson County have been indefinitely suspended due to financial concerns for people who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. In the article, Sheriff Daron Hall said, "The reality of it is, sometimes you just need to do the right thing. The right thing was just not knocking on the door and evicting people..." Because the future is uncertain and no one...

What Makes a Property Good for Real Estate Investment in Nashville?

Nashville is an excellent market for investors who want to buy rental properties. There’s a lot happening in and around the city. The economy is strong and the population is growing. It’s a great time to be a real estate investor, and if you’re thinking about entering the market, we have some advice on how to pick the best possible property.

The Location is Desirable to Tenants

You don’t have to be a wise real estate investor to know that location matters. It matters to buyers and it matters to tenants. Most of the renters in Nashville want to be close to work, schools, and...

When Should I Hire a Nashville Property Manager?

Many people imagine they can easily manage a rental home in their free time. If they have good tenants in place and the home is generally in great condition, then renting out a property seems easy enough.

However, you can run into problems and issues that may make professional property management more attractive. Not only does it save you time and money, it also allows you to rely on the expertise of professionals who have been in the business longer. This can result in better tenants, lower vacancy rates, and fewer hassles with things like late rent payments and tenant conflicts....

Nashville Property Managers Need to Know these Landlord-Tenant Laws & Regulations

Anyone renting out a property in Nashville needs to understand the laws and regulations to which they are bound. We see a lot of landlords make mistakes because they don’t know the law. These mistakes can be expensive.

Before you begin looking for a tenant and collecting rent checks, make sure you’re familiar with these laws and requirements. If you’re not sure about the law, make sure to talk to a professional property manager or an attorney.

Nashville Managers Need a License

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