Helpful news and resources for North Carolina landlords.
Rents are on the rise around the country, and new data reveals that the rental market in Charlotte is among the fastest growing in the country. According to Zillow, Charlotte's median rent increased 6.1 percent year-over-year. At the same time, the national median rent rose by just 3.3 percent. Currently, the median rent in Charlotte is $1,235 per month. While rents may be on the rise, it is doing nothing to slow down demand in Charlotte and the greater Mecklenburg area. In recent years, thousands of new apartment units have been constructed all over the greater Charlotte area.
In a rental market as hot as Charlotte's, it can sometimes be difficult for landlords to keep up with the myriad of details associated with operating a property rental business. In addition to conducting a proper tenant screening, landlords must also make sure that rent is collected on time. Landlords who operate multiple rental units in Charlotte may find that all of the many tasks associated with operating a successful property rental business can be somewhat overwhelming.
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