DIY property management can work for some Atlanta rental property owners. If you have a lot of free time that you can dedicate to finding tenants, screening applications, managing resident requests, and keeping your home maintained, you can probably manage on your own successfully. If you’re willing and able to stay up to date on all the laws pertaining to landlord and tenant relationships and behavior, you won’t have to worry about expensive lawsuits or complaints from government agencies. And, if you follow the Atlanta rental market closely and you understand the local rental rates and tenant pool, you won’t have to worry about losing money on low rents and high vacancy rates as a DIY landlord.
However, if you don’t have the time, skills, and expertise to effectively manage your own investment property, you should seriously consider talking to a professional Atlanta property manager. A management company can save you money – and even help you earn more money – with the proper systems, procedures, and market knowledge.
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