Charlotte Property Management Blog

Budget-friendly tricks to boost the appeal of your rental property in Charlotte, NC

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If you own long-term rental property in Charlotte, chances are that you know how competitive the market is. While renting out on the long term is clearly a lucrative investment, it requires more than simply purchasing a property and handling the keys to your tenants.  If you want your property to be successful, you have to make it st...

House disposition options for Charlotte seniors moving to assisted living

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As a Charlotte homeowner, moving into an assisted living facility means you have to figure out what you’ll do with the home you’re leaving behind. There are usually three routes you can take: leaving the home to a family member, renting it out, or selling  it. There are a few aspects to take into consideration with each ...

Why isn't my property renting in Charlotte, NC?

Sometimes, despite your best efforts, your Charlotte rental property does not rent out. You may depend on rental income to pay mortgages, loans, or even for daily expenses, so a vacant house leaves you with serious gaps in your monthly income. Today we talk about four reasons why your Charlotte NC property rents slow or does not rent at a...

Should I use tools such as Cozy or Rentalutions on my rental property in Charlotte, NC?

With so many platforms out there, many landlords in the greater Charlotte area find it hard to choose the best tool to keep track of their rental business. What is best, use tools such as Cozy, Rentalutions, or choose a professional property manager instead? Our short answer is, it depends. Read more below.The deciding factor in choosing ...

How real estate agents in Charlotte, NC can get more buyers by using their sphere of Influence

People buy property for a variety of reasons, from investing in real estate to finding a home. As a real estate agent, you meet many types of buyers, but not everyone is equally informed or ready to buy. A considerably smaller pool of your real estate leads actually end up signing a deal with you. We have already discussed in another post...

Want a consistent monthly income as a real estate agent in Charlotte, NC? Invest in rental property

Real estate agents live off commissions, but income is not always predictable, and cash flow can become problematic especially in the slow winter months. How to avoid income imbalances from one month to the other? By investing in rental property. Below we discuss why a rental property investment is the ideal solution for a consistent mon...

When should I fire my property manager in Charlotte, NC?

As a landlord you may sometimes be unhappy with your property manager. It is always hard to decide whether it is time to part ways and search for new rental management, and that is why we approach today three issues that you need to be aware of before you decide to change the property manager of your Charlotte NC rental investment. C...

Tips on how to use online reviews to select a property management company in Charlotte, NC

If you are in search of a property management company for your first rental property in Charlotte NC, or you decide to change your manager, it can be difficult to find a reliable property manager. Good online reviews are some of the best indicators of how good a property manager is, but what precisely should you look at in a review? Here ...

How to increase the life of the HVAC system on your rental property

Experienced landlords will all agree that one of the biggest issues when it comes to the repair and maintenance of rental properties is the HVAC system. HVAC repairs are extremely expensive, so in order to avoid considerable costs it is crucial to make sure that the system works properly on a regular basis.Change the air filtersThe most e...

Should a landlord and tenant speak directly when the property is administered by a property manageme...

Today we discuss about one of the most debated topics in rental property management: landlord-tenant communication. Should landlords and tenants be in contact if the property is administered by a property manager? Our short answer is NO. The reasons are simple. Landlord-tenant contact opens a third channel of communication that adds ...

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