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Georgia Property Management

$5,000 Rental Income Guarantee

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Your residents could lose their income at any time, which could impact your steady rental cash flow. This Rental Guarantee program is unique from others you will find as it actually covers up to $5000 in risk of rental loss.
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$2,500 Pet
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Over 80% of rental prospects own a pet. Pet friendly properties lease 10 days faster and have a 4% lower vacancy rate. But you might want assurance that your pet friendly rentals are protected from pet damage. Under Mynd’s Pet Guarantee Plan, Mynd will cover damages up to $2500.
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$5,000 Eviction
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If your resident is unable to pay rent, you may need to evict them. This could be a very costly process. Under Mynd’s Eviction Protection Plan, we cover the court costs and legal fees up to $5,000, making sure your cash flow is steady and protected.
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Make an investment in your investment. Mynd's professional property management services in Georgia will handle everything from tenant screening to renter maintenance request responses. Use your rent collection cash flow to grow your rental home portfolio nationwide, invest the rent cash flow back into your property, and more. You decide!
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Learn everything we know about being a professional property manager. Explore our property management and investing resources below to learn more about Georgia and the surrounding areas.

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260 Peachtree St Suite 2200
Atlanta, GA 30303
United States

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Frequently asked questions
Where does Mynd offer Georgia property management services?

Mynd Management services all of Georgia, including:

Is Mynd Property Management legit?

We are! But conduct your due diligence to confirm that it’s true. 

  • Check the Department of Consumer Affairs for complaints.
  • Get internal customer satisfaction scores.
  • Have in-depth interviews with candidates.
  • Read reviews from multiple online sources.
  • Request references.
  • Visit properties managed by the company.

What are three duties of a Georgia property manager?

Your Best Interest: It’s the property manager’s duty to ensure your investment property is well maintained, occupied by quality tenants, in full legal compliance, and takes advantage of all available tax deductions.  

Your Tenant’s Best Interest: Mynd strives for uninterrupted positive cash flow with minimal vacancies. This is accomplished by taking the best care of your tenants. Your property investment is their home, so we want your property to be as accommodating as possible so they deliver the return you deserve. 

Our Duty to the Law: Reducing your exposure to surprising legal liabilities, minimizing the possibility of fines, protecting renters from harm, and getting you tax deductions all follow from following the law.

What is Georgia’s law on eviction?

Georgia law dictates that a tenant is owed notice that they have violated a term of their lease agreement, such as a failure to pay rent on time, but the notice doesn’t have to be written. There’s no legally dictated amount of time that must pass between the notice being served and when the eviction process has to begin. However, three days minimum (or a week) is recommended so that the renter can make their rent payment or fix the lease violation.

How long should a rental property take to pay for itself?

One of the quickest ways to estimate how long it will take for an investment property to pay for itself is by combining the 1% rule for calculating monthly rent along with the gross rent multiplier (GRM).

Simply put, the 1% rule says that, at a minimum, your monthly rent should be 1% of your home's value at the time of purchase. That means a $100,000 home should have a monthly rent of at least $1,000. Include the cost of urgent repairs in your home’s initial value. 

The GRM then takes that amount and divides the value of your home at the time of purchase to give you an estimate of how many months it would take to pay off your home. $100,000 at $1,000 per month would take 100 months to pay off.


How much notice do you have to give a tenant to move out in Georgia?

How long a tenant can stay after a lease expires is up to the property investor. For a month-to-month lease, Georgia law dictates that tenants are owed 60 days’ notice before their expected move-out date. That means the homeowner must provide tenants a written notice and the official move-out date. If the tenant fails to move out by the move-out date, you can start the eviction process.

In the event of an early lease termination caused by a failure to pay rent or a violation of any other stipulations of the lease, the property owner can give the tenant as little as 24 hours’ notice before beginning the eviction process.

Lease agreements can stipulate how much notice must be given, in which case the homeowner must follow their stipulations.


How much does it cost to maintain a rental property?

There are some regular fixed rental property expenses that you should expect to pay yearly. This includes property taxes, insurance, and routine maintenance such as landscaping, etc. Generally speaking, you should set aside 1.5 times the monthly cash flow for all the repairs you'll perform in a year. You can keep that fund full by putting 10% of your monthly cash flow into it. 

Given the age and condition of your home, the cost of routine maintenance may vary. You should also try to set aside money for capital expenses (CapEx), which are big-ticket items such as HVACs

Some people use the 50% rule or the 1% rule to dictate how much they set aside for operating expenses. The 50% rule says that 50% of your monthly collected rent should go toward operating expenses. The 1% rule states that you should set aside 1% of your home’s value when you buy it.


Can a landlord enter without permission in Georgia?

There are no laws in Georgia that stipulate that a landlord has permission to enter a rental home whenever they want. A property can be entered without permission only if  something dangerous is happening inside, if there’s an emergency, or to prevent damage to the property. 

The law doesn’t specify how much notice is necessary before entering the property to perform a repair. However, as a courtesy, at a minimum, 24 hours' notice is recommended. Lease agreements often stipulate what is and is not permitted for a Georgia property manager. 

Respecting tenant privacy is one of the gestures that show tenant appreciation to encourage lease renewals. To reduce liability, a professional property manager only enters the rental property when there’s an explicit reason to do so.

What do property management fees cover?

The average range for a professional property management fee is 6 to 12% of the collected monthly rent. Mynd has reasonably priced packages starting at $79 per month.

  • 24/7 Emergency Support
  • Dedicated portfolio manager
  • Digital leasing
  • Electronic rent collection
  • Financial reporting
  • Legal and compliance
  • Online portal
  • Screening prospective tenants
  • Repairs, inspections, and maintenance
  • And more

What do Georgia property managers do?

A Georgia property management company does so much!

  • Write rental property listings
  • Property inspection
  • Find potential tenants
  • Thorough tenant screening
  • Tenant placement
  • Maximize rental income
  • Increase qualified tenant lease renewal
  • Handle the eviction process
  • Help you make tax deductions
  • Responding to every maintenance request ASAP
  • Respond to natural disasters
  • Bookkeeping
  • Collecting and managing security deposits
  • And more