You really need to consider the whole picture. I'll assume you have equity in the house. If you rent out the house and later decide to sell it, you may have to pay capital gains tax on the profit. To avoid capital gains tax, you must live in the house for 2 out of the last 5 years.
As a rental, you will depreciate the property over a 28.5 year period. You can also deduct expenses that you couldn't as the homeowner. You can deduct the fees you pay for management of the property.
Do you have experience as a landlord? Hiring a full time property management company can help alleviate some of the stress (not all) of being a landlord.
Fees charged by a property management company will vary from company to company as will what they offer you in terms of management and finding tenants.
I would be happy to discuss our companies fees with you, just drop me a line or call.