Temple Property Management
Let Us Manage Your Temple Rental Property
Your rental property is not a hobby. It’s a full time job. Leave it to
the professionals at Century 21 Novus Realty to manage your investment.
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to your needs.
Whether a homeowner, or an investor, we can manage your investment property.
We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses, and multi-family
complexes in the Temple area.
Why Choose Century 21 Novus?
10 years of experience in the property management business. Combined
with 83+ years’ experience in the real estate industry. We've figured
out the tough parts, so you do
No upfront cost to initiate service. You pay nothing until your home is
leased with qualified tenants. There is no fee while your home is vacant.
Our guarantee: We're not paid, unless you're paid. No management fee
is charged if your tenant does not pay. If your tenant does not fulfill
the 12 month lease agreement, we will refill your home for free.
Thorough application screening: We treat your home as if it's our own.
We will not place anyone into your home that does not pass the thorough
checks completed including: credit, criminal background, nationwide
eviction search, and previous landlord references. We can discuss this
process in more detail with you.
<1% eviction rate. The number speaks for itself. While managing over
500 single family homes, and 3 multi-family communities, our team works
hard to keep this number low. Our screening process, combined with consistent
collection techniques, helps ensure you receive your rent monthly.
What we do as your Temple property manager:
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair
- Rent collection
- Property Inspections
- Coordinate Evictions
Inquire About Our Services
Carroll County, of which Temple is the county seat, was chartered in 1826, and was governed at the time by the Carroll Inferior Court, which consisted of five elected justices. In 1829, the justices voted to move the county seat from the site it occupied near the present community of Sandhill, to a new site about 8 miles to the southwest.
The original intention was to call the new county seat "Troupville", in honor of former governor George Troup, but Troup was not popular with the state government of the time, so the Georgia General Assembly incorporated the town as Temple, in December 1829. The name was in honor of Charles Carroll of Temple, the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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