Q: Are you licensed?
A: Alliance Realty and Property Management’s broker holds a real estate
license in both Tennessee and Kentucky. The business is licensed by the
states of Tennessee and Kentucky.
Q: Can I reach you after hours?
A: For convenience, we offer an after hours emergency contact number.
Q: Can you put the money directly into my account?
A: We disperse monthly proceeds directly into the account of your choice through ACH.
Q: Do I get to see the lease or sign it?
A: Lease contracts are a tenant’s property. However, in some cases we
may be able to provide you a unsigned copy of the lease contract.
Q: Do you sell real estate too?
A: We offer full service real estate services, as well and can assist
homeowners when they are ready to place their property onto the sale market.
Q: How and when do I get my checks?
A: Owners are paid through ACH or in some cases we will send a physical
check to your home address. Owners also have a portal where they can keep
track of all monthly proceeds and bills that have been paid.
Q: How is rent collection handled?
A: We offer tenants multiple ways to pay their monthly rent both online and in office.
Q: How long of a lease do you sign?
A: Typically lease terms are for one year.
Q: How much security deposit do you charge the tenant?
A: When an owner is interested in Alliance Realty and Property Management
potentially managing their property, we schedule a property inspection
immediately and can begin management on the day of inspection.
Q: What type of properties do you manage?
A: We manage single family, apartment and townhomes.
Q: What type of reports do I get and how often?
A: Homeowners receive a monthly Owner’s Statement that is available
24/7 through their Owner’s Portal. We also offer the following reports
through our management system:
- Profit and Loss
- Recurring Charges
- Owner Bank Activity
- Owner Trust Account Requirements
- Cash Flow
- Cash Flow MTD Comparison
- Rent Roll Analysis
- Unit Transaction Listing
Q: Who holds the tenant security deposit?
A: Tenant security deposits are held in an escrow account at a local banking institution.