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Nashville market still heating up

June 1, 2022 May 2022 The Nashville housing market is heating up for summer, continuing it's steady rise over the past 3 years. This, according to a recent article from The Tennessean. At the beginning of the year, the median home sale price in Nashville was around $400,000. Just last month, the median sale price passed $450,000. Sales transactions are down almost 4%

Should I Expect to Hear from My Property Management Company About Everything? | Communication Needs

May 20, 2022 As you begin working with a Nashville property management company, you may be wondering how often you’ll hear from your management team.  Every property manager delivers their services differently, but here’s what you can expect when you work with Omni Realtors &

Investment Property Inspections: What, When and How Often?

May 6, 2022 Your Nashville investment property needs to be inspected more than once every few years. Even if you hav

Is There Anything a Nashville Property Manager Can Do About Noisy Neighbors?

April 22, 2022 Noisy neighbors are difficult to deal with, especially for the tenants who are living in a Nashville rental property. Typically, this is a challenge that multi-family residents and apartment dwellers struggle with, but single-family homes are close enough together that loud music, barking dogs, and other types of noise and disruptions can be a problem.  As a Read More

Spring is here!

April 11, 2022 April 2022 Spring is here, and it's finally starting to warm up in Middle Tennessee. Trees are in bloom and birds are chirping, but Spring also means it's time for some important seasonal maintenance for your rental: Gutter Cleaning & Roof Inspection You already know to clean your gutters in the fall, but it’s important to clean your gutters before and after the wet seasons. After all, winter storms can bring along loose debris. Check your gutters and the downspou

Nashville homes selling faster than ever

April 11, 2022 March 2022 The Nashville real estate market is continuing to break records, according to a recent WKRN.com article. Sales are closing in a mere 14 days, down from 16 days just last month. Additionally, the median sales price in Nashville has reached a record high of $428,000, which is a 26% increase over last year. Despite this, p

What Happens If Tenant Damage to Your Nashville Rental Property Costs More Than the Security Deposit?

April 8, 2022 A lot of Nashville rental property owners are concerned that tenants will leave behind property damage that exceeds the amount of the security deposit. The good news is this: We rarely have that happen. As long as you’re screening tenants well, inspecting the proper

How Nashville Landlords Can Best Avoid Security Deposit Disputes

March 25, 2022 You can have a great relationship with your Nashville tenants throughout the lease period and then still find yourself in the middle of a security deposit dispute after that tenant has moved out.  Security deposits are easy to argue about

What Is The Difference Between Wear & Tear and Property Damage? | Nashville Landlord Education

March 11, 2022   There’s a difference between normal wear and tear and tenant damage, but coming up with a precise definition is sometimes hard. The courts don’t even agree all the time. So, when you’re renting out a property, you’re often left to your best judgment about what qualifies as damage that could have been avoided during a tenancy. As a Read More

Price increases continue for Nashville real estate market

February 24, 2022 February 2022 Persistent lack of inventory in the Nashville real estate market continues to drive home prices up. Greater Nashville Realtors reported there were 2,649 home closings in the month of January, down three percent from the 2,745 closings reported for the same month last year. Supply chain issues heavily contributed to the sales decline in 20

Winter home maintenance tips

January 12, 2022

January 2022

Winter is here! It is time to take some important measures to prepare your rental home for the cold months ahead. We’ve compiled the following tips that every homeowner (or their trusted property manager) should follow: Clean gutters and downspouts: Once most of the leaves have fallen, gutters and downspouts should be cleaned out. Clogged gutters during rainstorms can cause water to pool and damage your roof or siding. Exterior repairs: An assessment of the exterior

Now is the time to invest in Nashville!

January 10, 2022

December 2021

As Greater Nashville Realtors reported this month, Nashville buyers continue to be frustrated by a very competitive market, resulting in widespread bidding wars. A new obstacle, inflation, has reared its head and is further driving up home prices. It's climbed 6.2% since October 2020, thanks in large part to supply chain issue

Zillow to pause buying due to labor and supply chain issues

November 30, 2021

November 2021

According to a recent RisMedia article, Zillow has announced that it is pausing its home-flipping business, Zillow Offers, due to supply chain issues that are affecting the entire housing mark

Single-family rentals driving rent increases

October 11, 2021

October 2021

Yahoo Finance has reported that the overall rise in rental home prices is not actually reflective of the entire market, but increases in 2021 are coming solely from single-family rentals. Apartment prices have actually decreased nationwide, down by 2.3% since January. According to Jonas Bo

Nashville housing market stabilizing

October 11, 2021

September 2021

A recent report from WKRN.com brings some welcome news for prospective buyers and investors in the Nashville housing market. The area has seen unprecedented numbers in sales and home value appreciation over the past couple years. However, some in the industry are suggesting that a more stable housing market is on the way. "The Hermitage market inventory has doub

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