and tenants make sure the person advertising the property is indeed the owner, or realtor. There have been so many scam artists taking advantage of folks, it's just sad.
Remember, you need to get enough rent to cover the principle, interest, taxes, and insurance on the unit. Your HOA fees should also be covered in the total.
Plan on cleaning or replacing the carpets after a lease, a fresh paint job, and a thorough scrubb of the unit after the tenant moves out.
Be sure and do a credit/crime check. Qualifying tenants is a whole other subject, but just know that when you rent to the wrong people, it may cost you thousands of dollars and months of grief.....
co-founder, Keller Williams Nashville
The rental price range will depend on where your condo is located, which building it is in, the square footage, the age, and the features your home has.
Please let me know and I would be happy to help.
Sincerely, Ron Jones
RonJones@BobParks.com - (615) 823-2039