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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.

Tenant Retention

Once we find a tenant to move into your rental property, it is extremely important to keep the tenant satisfied so that they will stay in your rental property for as long as possible. Many landlords don’t understand that the costs of vacancy and turnover are a rental...

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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

4.8 /5
295 Reviews

Google New Heights Property Management Stacy
Nickie is the best property manager I've had in my 8 years of renting my home. She provides excellent service and always (always) responds promptly. I could not ask for a better property manager - she is the best! Stacy
New Heights Property Management LaToya
Very professional,Friendly!
New Heights Property Management Jacqueline
My husband to be and my experience was good but I would have felt more at ease if we were introduce together prior.to the new property management coming through! Enjoyed our stay throughout the two years that we were there.
Google New Heights Property Management Bylinda
After interviewing multiple property management companies I’m happy that I decided on New heights. From the very beginning they answered all my questions without hesitation. My house rented very quickly (1week) and what I love the most is the online portal. I currently live out of the country and I feel very confident that they will handle everything that I need plus my renters.
Google New Heights Property Management Megan
I was referred to New Heights Property Management by my realtor and I couldn’t be happier with the decision to use them for renting my property. It has been great working with with the team at New Heights. I had an approved tenant within a week of my property listing going live and things have gone pretty smoothly since. My only complaint would be that I’m not a huge fan of the Owner Portal.
New Heights Property Management replied:
Hi Megan - Thanks for your great feedback! We're so glad that we were able to exceed your expectations. We appreciate the feedback about the portal, and if you ever need help, please let us know! - the Team at New Heights Property Management

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