Real Estate & Rental Information About Watergate & Old Town Alexandria

What Quality Of Lease Does Nesbitt Use For A Condo In Northern Virginia?

Our local brokerage prepares written leases for investors with residences like 4 S van Dorn St #507 as a part of our rental property management services service. Photo of 4 S van Dorn St #507 Writing a lease is one of the most necessary chores of the successful rental management services of a rental in the counties of Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax and Falls Church. Photo of 4 S van Dorn St #507 Without a doubt, you’re probably already aware that all of our rental contracts are in writing. The lease Nesbitt Realty and Management uses was written by staff attorneys at the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors. Nesbitt just changes details like the rates, the dates and so forth. Leases frequently have an one-year term. Longer leases are infrequently approved and only after discussions with the property owner. With the investor’s approval—especially during slower rental periods—Nesbitt Realty makes leases for less than one year. Most usually investors accept longer or shorter leases to have the rental contract expire during a more active rental period. Nesbitt Realty will every now and again work to place a tenant on a month-to-month or short-term rental contract to accommodate sale of the place by the investor, a lessee’s pending departure, or moving the rental property into a more active rental period. For a complete break-down our process, contact Will Nesbitt or read more here. Nesbitt Realty has these critical associations and memberships: National Association of Realtors, National Association of Residential Property Managers, Virginia Association of Realtors, and more. Our family brokerage licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia and we are REALTORS® Photo of 4 S van Dorn St #507 Learn more about about rental management

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$1,399 — 1 BR — 1 BA — 0 HB — Alexandria Photo of 4 S van Dorn St #507

What does a property manager do?

The property manager’s primary role is to interface directly with applicants, tenants, and maintenance people. A good property manager saves you time, hassle, and worry by having your property producing income while maintaining the value of your investment. The property manager handles:
  • the marketing of your rental,
  • the collection of rent in a timely fashion,
  • the maintenance of a record of all income and expenses,
  • the overseeing of maintenance and repair issues,
  • the response to tenant complaints,
  • the knowledge of when to draw the line,
  • and even the pursuance of evictions.
Nesbitt Realty has the know-how and experience in properly managing your property, giving you the peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that your investment is in good hands. Learn more about our property management service!
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