Property Management

Property Management in Arlington, VA

Do you own a rental home? Are you looking to make your life easier?
Interested in someone else taking maintenance and emergency calls?
Don’t want to track down tenants for late rent? Then look no further.
Arlington OrangeLine, LLC. Specializes in residential property management. Managing Detached Homes, Townhouses, or Condos in Arlington. We understand your goals, keep costs low & maintain occupancy.
Services provided.

Inspection: Before taking on your home as one of our properties, we evaluate the property for safety and security.
Find a tenant: Don’t want to show the home but still want to manage it yourself?

We will advertise & show the property until a qualified tenant is found.
Screen the Tenant: A comprehensive credit, employment, and background reference check.
Prepare the Lease: We can use your lease or ours. We can also suggest lease items you may not have thought about to protect your assets.
Leasing Fee: When Arlington OrangeLine Realty manages your home, the fee for finding a new tenant(s) is 75% of one full month's rent. This fee covers the initial inspection, photos, advertising, tenant screening, lease & any other outside agent fees.

Manage your Home: Take maintenance and emergency calls. Collect rent and deposit it into your account. Periodic inspections and provide you with the results. At the end of the year, a financial summary is provided for easy tax preparation.
Arlington OrangeLine Realty charges 8% of the monthly rent with a cap based on the number of bedrooms.

  1. bedroom cap at $150 per month
  2. bedrooms cap at $200 per month
  3. bedrooms cap at $250 per month
  4. bedrooms cap at $300 per month

As an example, a one bedroom rented at $2000 would have a management fee of $150, not $160. The same rented for $1500 would have a fee of $120.

Lease Renewal Fee: At the end of the initial lease term, with owners approval, the tenant will be offered an option to extend the lease. A 50% fee of one full month's rent is charged.

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