Making a rental contract is one of the most necessary tasks of any competant property manager in Northern Virginia.
Without a doubt, you’re probably already aware that all of our rental contracts are in writing. The rental contract Nesbitt Realty uses was written by staff attorneys at the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors. Nesbitt Realty & Management just changes details like the names of the parties, the association information and so forth.
Leases frequently have a one-year term. Longer leases are rarely approved and only after discussions with the landlord. With the landlord’s approval—especially during slower rental periods—our real estate business makes leases for less than one year. Most usually landlords accept longer or shorter leases to have the rental contract expire during a more active rental period. Our family-run real estate brokerage will now and then work to place a tenant on a month-to-month or short-term lease to accommodate sale of the condo by the landlord, a renter’s pending departure, or moving the investment condo into a more active rental period.
For a complete break-down our process, contact Julie Nesbitt or read more here. Nesbitt also discovers tenants through our local Multiple Listing Service and other methods. To learn more about the full-list of what we do, contact an agent today. We have all necessary license to manage rental home in the City of Alexandria and anywhere in Virginia.
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Did you know that the landlord is required by law to make a reasonable accommodation for a tenant with a disability? What is a reasonable accommodation? What is the definition of a handicapped person? Are you required to install grab bars? Are you required to admit comfort animals into your property? What sort of confirmation can you legally request?
Understanding how to implement Fair Housing Law is just one of the areas of expertise that Nesbitt Realty stays apprised of. We know the answer these questions and we know how to handle the issues while accommodating the tenant and protecting the landlord.