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Nesbitt Realty prepares written rents for landlords with homes in Alexandria as a part of our property management service. Making a lease is one of the most necessary tasks of the successful management services in Alexandria of a rental property like 7913 Casa Grande Pl #C.

We know that you’re probably already aware that all of our leases are in writing. The rental contract Nesbitt Realty uses was written by staff attorneys at the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors. Nesbitt Realty just changes details like the names of the parties, the rates and so forth.

Leases typically have a one-year term. Longer leases are rarely approved and only after discussions with the investor. With the investor’s approval—especially during slower rental periods—our team makes rental contracts for less than one year. Most usually property owners accept longer or shorter leases to have the rental contract expire during a more active rental period. Nesbitt Realty will sometimes work to place a tenant on a month-to-month or short-term lease to accommodate the sale of the place of residence by the landlord, a renter’s pending departure, or moving the rental property into a more active rental period.

For a complete break-down our process, email Nesbitt Realty or read more here. Nesbitt also searches for renters through diplomatic networks and other methods. To learn more about the full list of what we do, get in touch with an agent today. Nesbitt Realty also discovers renters through relocation companies and other methods. To learn more about the full list of what we do, talk to an agent today.

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$1,650 — 2 BR — 1 BA — 1 HB — Alexandria
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Maryam N. is a Senior Writer at Nesbitt Realty. She is an expert on Fairfax County. Maryam has also worked previously as a geologist. She is a foodie and enjoys cooking and exploring new restaurants.