Landlord Information

 

Some private property owners choose to make their homes available for rent on a short- or long-term basis.  

For short-term rentals, we strongly encourage the use of the Lake Junaluska Vacation Rental office for local, on-site, visible management to assist you with inevitable landlord issues.   Read more at http://www.lakejunaluska.com/rentals  

The Lake Junaluska Vacation Rental office also manages longer term rental properties.  Local onsite professional property management is highly recommended for long-term rental properties at Lake Junaluska Assembly to deal with the complexities of finding and screening suitable renters and dealing with a myriad of landlord issues including coordinating local services when they are needed quickly.   

Screening long-term renters through your property manager will go a long way to protect your property and your business relationship with renters. At Lake Junaluska, compliance with the Lake Junaluska Rules and Regulations, found at https://www.lakejunaluska.com/about_us/community/community_regulations/  is required for property owners and renters.  

A beginning list of sources for property owners to assist in learning more about renting their Lake Junaluska rental property include:  

thelpa.com, a fee-membership-based organization specializing in landlord issues with helpful articles and forms.  

NCleg.net/gascripts/statutes/statutes.asp to look up Chapter 42 of NC laws dealing specifically with landlord and tenant issues in North Carolina.  

https://www.avail.co/education/articles/15-easy-ways-to-be-an-awesome-landlord, an article delineating a management checklist for landlords  

https://www.rentprep.com/tenant-screening/rental-background-check/ provides information landlords should know about their renters utilizing a tenant screening background check.

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