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Educational Blog for Landlords

Tips and Tricks for Property Owners and Investors

At New Heights Property Management, we believe in providing education and resources for landlords and owners to help you grow more knowledgeable about the property management industry, and become more comfortable with owning rental real estate. 

Property Management Tips & Education for Landlords and Owners in Charleston, Berkeley & Dorchester Counties

As the leaders in local property management, we believe it’s our responsibility to help owners and landlords like you.Here you will find videos and articles that provide landlord tips and rental investor education.  

When it comes to property owner education, you might be wondering:

  • Why should I invest in South Carolina?
  • How do I find a tenant?
  • What if I have to evict?
  • What are my requirements under fair housing laws?
  • Who should maintain my property?

We answer questions like these and we talk more about landlord advice and owner education.

We’re here to help.

Contact us for more information and additional resources, or if you have a question that hasn’t been answered on one of our Charleston landlord blog videos.

How to Get Your Property Ready for a Tenant

There are several steps that you will have to take and things you must consider when you’re getting your rental property ready for the market. The goal is to find that next great tenant. Typically, when we talk about getting a rental property ready for the market,...

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I would definitely recommend New Heights property management. My property manager is very responsive and accommodating. Mallory Wolfe does a fantastic job and has helped me with numerous new move in questions and situations. Getting my keys was a breeze and I received a nice little goodie bag. The maintenance team and turn times are very professional, friendly, and efficient. I have a big dog and they are very conscientious of him and my belongings. Honestly cannot say enough good things about them. Keep it up y’all!

Chris Marchi

What People Are Saying About Us

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New Heights Property Management Michael
Our property manager, Lisa Richard, is an outstanding representative for your company.
New Heights Property Management Shawn
Everything has really easy and customer friendly
Google New Heights Property Management K
Lawren has managed my condo for years--she is extremely reliable and responsive. No matter the situation she has always come through and handled everything with ease.
New Heights Property Management replied:
Hi there! Thanks for the great review for Lawren, and for being a valuable client with us. She is a rockstar team member and we're happy that you think so too! - The New Heights Property Management Team
Google New Heights Property Management Frank
Excellent service from a knowledgeable and helpful staff! I would recommend New Heights without reservation.
New Heights Property Management replied:
Hi Frank - We pride ourselves on our industry knowledge and customer service, and we are glad that it's paying off! - The New Heights Property Management Team
Google New Heights Property Management Caroline
Anytime we needed something fixed in the house they responded quickly and got the work done in a timely manner. The move out process was also very easy. They were patient and always available to answer my questions and were very helpful in advising me how things should be done so I could receive my whole security deposit back. Only 2 weeks after the move out was completed I received my entire deposit back! It was a pleasure working with this property management company
New Heights Property Management replied:
Hi Caroline - What a great review from a great tenant! We wish you the best in your new home, and thanks for being a customer! - The New Heights Property Management Team

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