A Guide to the Eviction Process in Nashville, TN

A Guide to the Eviction Process in Nashville, TN

When you are renting your property out to a tenant, there is always the possibility that you will have to evict your tenant. Generally speaking, you can expect the eviction process to take anywhere between four to eight weeks depending on the violation committed. But the process can take longer should your tenant file an appeal or any other landlord-tenant law infringements take place. With this in mind, we at Brentwood Square Management Service have put together the following is a guide to the Tennessee eviction process: Legal Reason You mu…

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Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Nashville

Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Nashville

Nashville and its surrounding areas have been ranked as the third hottest property market in the country. The housing prices in Nashville have been rising steadily, an indicator of interest from investors, both local and out of state. Brentwood Square can help make owning an investment property as stress-free as possible. Why Invest in Nashville? There are several factors that combine for a market to be appealing to potential real estate investors. The city's economy and demographic trends are the most important factors. When it comes to deter…

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Best Areas to Invest in Nashville

Best Areas to Invest in Nashville

If the thought of investing in property in Nashville has ever crossed your mind, now would be a great time to start. The population growth Nashville has been experiencing has driven up the demand for housing in the region and this trend is showing no sign of changing. With more and more people expected to move to Nashville over the coming years, investors should look now to invest in the area to reap the rewards quickly. The job market in Nashville has expanded following some major corporations such as Amazon, IHeartMedia, AllianceBernstein, …

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Breaking a lease in Nashville, TN - Know the Laws

Breaking a lease in Nashville, TN - Know the Laws

What is a lease? A lease is a legally binding contractual agreement that outlines the terms and conditions a landlord and a tenant must abide by. Such as, paying rent for the entire time the lease will be active. While breaking a lease often results in penalties, Tennessee law allows tenants to break their lease legally in certain situations. In these situations, the tenant will only have to meet the set conditions prior to moving out. The following is everything you need to know about breaking a lease in Tennessee. Legally Justified Reas…

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Tennessee Rental Laws - An Overview of Landlord Tenant Rights in Nashville

Tennessee Rental Laws - An Overview of Landlord Tenant Rights in Nashville

In Tennessee, a fairly landlord friendly state, a tenancy is established after the payment of rent in exchange for inhabiting a property. Once that is done, both parties obtain certain rights and obligations under Tennessee law (Tennessee Code Ann. Title 66, Ch. 28). It is important to familiarize yourself with the law to run a successful rental investment. So, we at Brentwood Square Management have put together this overview of the uniform residential landlord and tenant act to help all landlords be successful: The Required Disclosures in Te…

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