Information For Tenants Renting Property Managed by Nesbitt Realty

If your rental requires maintenance please fill out a maintenance request.

Your Lease

An overview of your responsibilities under the lease.

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Maintenance

What every tenant needs to know about repairs and maintenance requests.

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Move Out

Important information about moving out and return of deposit.

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Move-In Inspection

Take care to note any damages at your rental.

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Rent

How to pay rent and other important information.

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Beginning Your Tenancy

About your keys; insurance requirements; utilities and more!

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We are pleased to have the opportunity to be of service.

Nesbitt Realty is a family-owned and operated real estate brokerage serving Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland. Our brokerage helps people buy, sell and rent real estate. As a part of that mission, our brokerage manages many rental properties such as your residence. We take that responsibility seriously and we look forward to providing timely and reliable service.

Nesbitt Realty manages condominiums, townhouses and single-family houses. In the past this reference was a handbook. Information found in this reference supersedes and replaces your tenant handbook. Whether your space is a townhouse, condo, or detached dwelling we'll refer to it in this handbook as your "residence".

Our office is located at:

1451 Belle Haven Road Suite 222,
Alexandria VA 22307.
Our phone number is 703 765 0300. Our fax number is (888)783-6391.

In our Tenant Reference, the phrase “Nesbitt Realty” may refer to the agents or broker of Nesbitt Realty as certain handymen, maintenance persons or cleaning people as Nesbitt Realty might contract.

Nothing in this reference or website amends or changes your lease. If the lease and this document are ever in conflict, your lease takes precedence. Instead this reference is provided to answer questions and to explain policies and procedures at our brokerage.

From time to time we will amend or correct this reference, so you may wish to refer back if you have any questions.