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Charleston Rental Market Forecast for 2015: South Carolina Professional Advice

John Riediger - Monday, July 13, 2015


Today we are talking a little bit about the rental forecast for Charleston in 2015. We’re excited about this topic because the forecast for the market is extremely bright. This is one of the best economies in the country right now. Homes are being built everywhere, and communities and schools are being built in an effort to accomm...

When Should You Fire Your Charleston Property Management Company

John Riediger - Monday, July 6, 2015


When we talk about firing your property manager, we are speaking very loosely. It sounds like an interesting topic, but we’re not going to spend time talking about how to fire someone or when to get rid of a property manager. Everyone is trying to make a living and it’s not our job to see someone else go without and lose thei...

Normal Wear and Tear vs. Damage – Charleston Property Management Education

John Riediger - Monday, June 29, 2015


Part of a property manager’s job is to determine what qualifies as damage and what can be considered normal wear and tear. This takes place when a tenant moves out of a property and we inspect the home. Before a tenant even moves in, we do an extensive move in inspection that includes a detailed inspection report. That move in rep...

How to Evict a Tenant in Charleston, SC – Property Management Education

John Riediger - Wednesday, June 24, 2015


Evicting a tenant is often a difficult process. Life gets in the way and sometimes bad things happen to good people. As the acting landlord for our property owners, we have to ensure the property is rented and stays in good shape. We also have to make sure that rent is paid on time as well, and if it’s not, we need to replace the no...

How to Price Your Charleston Rental Property – Landlord Advice

John Riediger - Monday, June 15, 2015


  Pricing your rental property in Charleston is actually quite a bit of fun. It allows us the opportunity to see how your property compares to others, not only in your neighborhood but also in surrounding neighborhoods. Market Analysis We start by running a market analysis of your property. First, we look at all the options ava...

Why Work with Lowcountry Property Management

John Riediger - Wednesday, June 10, 2015


Today we are addressing one of the first questions you might ask as a rental property owner: why work with Lowcountry Property Management and Sales? With over 50 years of experience, we are the property management company for you. Here are a few of the reasons why.  High Standards  Over the last couple of years, all...

Investing In A Rental Property

John Riediger - Monday, May 27, 2013
Property Management Blog

If you're thinking about investing in a rental property, experts say low home prices combined with low interest rates make this the best time in years to become a real-estate investor. What's more, the real-estate market is starting to recover: U.S. houses lost $489 billion in value during the first 11 months of 2009, but that was sig...

Landscape Maintenance and Rental Properties

John Riediger - Thursday, May 23, 2013
Property Management Blog

While residents want to rent a nice looking home, they often have no interest, time, or knowledge on how to maintain the property. They may agree to landscape maintenance in the rental contract but it can be difficult for a property manager or owner to enforce. The owner can charge the tenant for maintenance or include landscape maintenan...


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