During the lease term in Prince William County

During tenancy, the rental property belongs to the renter we respect the renter 's privacy. As the property manager Nesbitt Realty has the right and duty to reasonable entry of the rental property, but we will never abuse that right. If Nesbitt Realty has a good reason to enter a rental in Prince William County, the renter must allow us to access the rental. Some valid reasons to go into rental home are to:

  • Inspect the rental,
  • Make repairs or decorate,
  • Provide agreed services, or
  • Show the rental home to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, workmen, or contractors.

Nesbitt Realty will always strive to give the renter notice and obtain renter consent prior to entering the rental property. However, Nesbitt Realty can and will enter the rental without tenant consent in emergency situations. We will never abuse the right of entrance or use it to agitate tenants in Prince William County. Nesbitt Realty will only go into at reasonable hours of the day, except in the case of an emergency.