Nesbitt Realty doesn't “sell” rentals. We market rental places to the widest-possible audience to hunt for the great lessee. How do you find the a solid renter for your rental property in Northern Virginia? Investigating prospective renters is one of the most necessary elements of any fine management company in 22314 in Alexandria.
Our tiny operation investigates the prospective tenant’s past behavior. With that in mind, our real estate business assumes the possible renter’s future behavior will be the same. The applicant should demonstrate a history of being a solid, good lessee and also having the income and debt-ratio to manage rent. Our background checking process is founded on several basics including:
- Income Verification – Nesbitt Realty verifies salary, prospects for continued employment, job title and job status. Depending upon the possible lessee's debt load, a tenant needs to earn a minimum of 3 to 4 times the monthly rent in gross income to qualify for rental.
- Landlord Reference – Nesbitt Realty & Management utilizes public information, tax records and other research and verification to ensure that we're talking to actual owner about actual rental history of the applicant.
- Criminal Record & Evictions – Nesbitt knows it's necessary to know the criminal and public court records of the possible renter on every investment unit in 22314 in the City of Alexandria. Landlords should be aware that the majority of other rental management companys do not investigate court records.
If accepted, the potential tenant’s in-processing includes a lease, lease signing, collecting pro-rated rent, and providing the lessee with a copy of any association documents needed for disclosure and instruction on rules and regulations associated with the investment residence and community.
For a complete break-down our process, contact Nesbitt Realty or read more here. Nesbitt Realty & Management also shops lessees through government organizations and other methods. To learn more about the full-list of what we do, contact an agent today. We have these necessary associations and memberships: National Association of Residential Property Managers, National Association of Realtors, Virginia Association of Realtors, and more.