Looking to Rent Your Property? (Landlords)
If you’re a homeowner looking to rent your property, contact me to see how I can assist you.
Here are some things to consider when becoming a landlord:
- What are your objectives/ long-term plans?
- What is your timeframe to get the property occupied?
- Do you want to manage the tenant/property yourself?
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Looking for a Rental Property? (Renters/Tenants)
Below are some tips that will help with securing a rental in Georgia. Good rentals do go quickly, so here are some tips to HIGHLY increase your chances of securing one 7 Hardcore Tips for Finding a Rental Home.
What to Expect…
*Each company/landlord varies, but these are general requirements.
- Credit – No evictions (some may allow evictions if more than 2 years ago). No open bankruptcies. No judgments related to rental property.
- Income is 3 times the monthly rent. (Ex: $1300 x 3 = $3900 monthly income)
- Pets – May or may not be allowed. If allowed, an additional deposit or fee is common.
- To apply – Application fee amount depends on company. Common Requested Documents – Photo id, Social Security Card, Pay stubs, W2, other proof of income.
- Once approved – Security Deposit (normally 1 month’s rent) and first month’s rent due at move-in. If there are credit concerns, 2 month’s security deposit can be requested.
- Move-In Date- If your move-in date is more than a month out, please let me know. Rentals go quickly and are move-in dates generally cannot be extended (Ex: YES – Apply in March, move-in in April. NO- Apply in March for move-in in June or later).
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Natasha Bazile is a Realtor and Financial Educator. She prides herself in being a guide to her clients and finds fulfillment in helping them achieve their goals.