Dunwoody Property Management
Serving Dunwoody and Greater Metro Atlanta
We are experienced in all phases of property management and rentals. Locating reliable tenants, marketing your property, screening applicants, executing lease agreements, timely deposits, coordinating maintenance and evictions are just some of the services we provide. Find out how much your home is worth in the rental market and how we can help you get the best tenant and best lease price and terms for your home.
Getting Started Resources
- What to do to get started with Key Locations Property Management?
- What else do we need from you in order to begin managing your property?
- What else needs to be done to the property to prepare it for lease?
What We Do As Your Dunwoody Property Manager
- Accept rental applications
- Qualify tenants to include landlord, employment verification, credit and criminal background check
- Comprehensive marketing of property to minimize vacancy rate
- Show vacant properties to potential tenants
- Provide prospect feedback on marketing and pricing
- Accept rents and deposits
- Personally inspect property before tenant moves in and upon move out
- Collect rents
- Administer timely and complete year end reporting
- Handle tenant issues
- Inform owner of maintenance and repairs needed
- Hire and manage professional, insured repair/maintenance contractors to take care of property maintenance issues.
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Dunwoody Area Information
The historical area of Dunwoody officially became a city at midnight on December 1, 2008 following a community led movement to incorporate the City. Although not formally recognized as a City prior to 2008, the residents in this area have always identified themselves as living in “Dunwoody”, with a unique history separate from other areas and cities in DeKalb County.
The Cherokee Indian tribe of the Creek Confederation originally inhabited the City of Dunwoody. The Chattahoochee River made the area an ideal place to live and was the largest and busiest trading center in the vicinity. The area was identified by the indigenous population as the “standing peach tree” or “pitch tree” and was marked by a peach tree planted here before 1813. By 1820, Cherokee farms dotted the area around the Chattahoochee. It was at this time that white settlers began to arrive, creating homesteads, expanding the populations and cultivating their own small piece of the American dream.