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Tips for DIY Landlords in Raleigh, NC

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

If you’re thinking about self-managing your Raleigh rental property, we can provide you with some valuable tips about how to do it and be successful as a landlord. If you’re willing to spend the time, money, and resources on managing your own property, you can certainly do it. Today, we’re focusing on the top three things to think about.  Read More »

Renting vs. Selling Your Raleigh, NC Property – Advice from a Professional

Thursday, June 22, 2017


There are risks and benefits to renting your property instead of selling it. Weighing the pros and cons of each option will help you come to a decision that’s right for you and your financial goals.  Read More »

My Tenant Isn’t Paying Rent, What Do I Do? | Raleigh Property Management Tips

Tuesday, June 13, 2017


Most tenants are well meaning and intend to pay the rent on time every month. If they aren’t paying on time, it’s probably because they have fallen on hard times in some way and they just cannot come up with the money. They’re going to want to tell you about it.  Read More »

The Right Way to Evict a Tenant from Your Rental Property in Raleigh, NC

Thursday, June 08, 2017


There are basically three ways to properly evict a tenant in North Carolina, and today we’re going over those options with you.  Read More »

Why You Shouldn’t Hire a Property Management Company for Your Raleigh Investment

Wednesday, May 31, 2017


We can list 10 reasons not to hire a property manager, and today we’re focusing on the three biggest reasons. If you’re a landlord looking for professional management, avoid the companies that do these things.  Read More »

Rental Property Maintenance in Raleigh | What If My Tenant Trashes My Property?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Today we’re talking about what to do if you find yourself in the unfortunate situation that one of your tenants has trashed your Raleigh rental property. If you find that this has happened, there are a few things to focus on.  Read More »

What is the Cost of Professional Property Management in Raleigh?

Thursday, May 18, 2017


Before we talk about the cost of property management in Raleigh, you need to know how much owning a rental property costs. You have to consider five things; taxes, insurance, maintenance, vacancy, and management. So, understand those five categories and how they impact what you’ll pay for the care and upkeep of your investment property Read More »

10 Reasons Why You Should Work with Group 15 for Professional Property Management

Monday, May 08, 2017


When you’re looking for a property management company, they can all start to look the same. That’s not the case, however, and choosing the wrong company can be a costly mistake. Here are 10 things that Group 15 Real Estate does a little differently.    Read More »

2016 All Property Management Visitor's Choice Award

Friday, March 31, 2017

Group 15 Real Estate is very proud to announce that we are one of eight companies in the entire state of North Carolina to win the All Property Management Visitor's Choice Award for 2016. This is our fifth year in a row to win this very special award!  Read More »

What if I need to terminate my lease before the end date?

Friday, November 18, 2016

We know that when you signed the lease you intended to stay at least that long, but we understand that sometimes things just come up and you have to move. The biggest thing to understand is that the lease still obligates you to be responsible for the property until the lease end date, even if you move out early; including paying the rent, keeping utilities on, keep the property secure, clean, lawn cared for and everything else in the lease. Having said that, we want to help. So, let us know when you will be moving out and we will do our part to re-rent the property as quickly as possible. Once we have a new lease signed, you will no longer be responsible for the property effective the date of the new lease. This process will include also some fees, which you will find outlined in your lease, for which you will be responsible. Please also understand we cannot process your security deposit until after we have that new lease signed. This FAQ is meant to give you some guidance, but you need to consult the lease for the full details on how to terminate your lease early.   Read More »