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Specialty # of Agencies
Single House or Condo 4
Apartment Buildings 4
Home Owners Association 3
Total Local Companies 10

The average rent for a 3 bedroom house in Atlanta, GA is $1,263.00. When you receive your requested free market assessment, compare the average rent to what a property manager expects your property to rent for before making your decision on which manager to hire.

Atlanta, GA Rental Market Overview

Job Growth and Expansion Fuel Investor Optimism in Atlanta
Expanded employment positions related to a new State Farm Insurance call center and an outlet shopping center dropped Atlanta's vacancy rate for the fifth consecutive year according the Marcus & Millichap 2013 National Apartment Report (NAR). The 2013 NAR ranked the metro area up two places to 35 out of 44 in their listing of top rental markets in America. While the job report numbers and construction data are significantly smaller than top-rated markets like San Jose or New York City, Marcus & Millichap predicts that the positive uptick will strengthen Atlanta's market conditions and attract institutional buyers. If this performance pattern remains consistent with the trend already established in other growing markets, it's likely that Atlanta buyers will purchase more Class B properties near major employers and activity from out-of-state investors will stimulate sales throughout the Atlanta region.

More than 18,000 New Apartment Units in Pipeline
The 2013 NAR charted more than 2,600 newly completed apartment units in the Atlanta metropolitan area, but more than 18,000 remain planned in the near future.  While vacancy rates dropped below 6%, small landlords may want to consider improvements or renovations to keep pace with the amenities provided in these new rental units. The reality is that few independent investors have resources on hand to compete with larger property development companies. That's why a number of savvy landlords partner with local property management companies. Most Atlanta property management companies staff real estate professionals who understand the implications of growth in the market. They can help their clients adapt to changing conditions and optimize their rental operations. While property management services vary from company to company, most property managers provide assistance with marketing, maintenance, staging, renovations and tenant screenings. Take a moment to review the Atlanta property management company profiles on this page and then request your free information today.

Top Single Family Managers

695 Pylant Street, Suite 223
Atlanta, GA 30306

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
#1 Fastest Growing, Highest Rated Property Manager! FREE Rental Price Analysis & 18-Month Tenant Warranty! Flat Rate Fees!

804 Town Boulevard, Suite A2040
Atlanta, GA 30319

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
Best Customer Service! No upfront cost or fees! Certain property maintenance included, ask us for details, saves you money!

P.O. Box 1382
Alpharetta, GA 30009

Managing: Single-Family :
What differentiates Bolt from the others is the energy it puts into maximizing Owner and Tenant satisfaction.

Top Multi-Family Managers

695 Pylant Street, Suite 223
Atlanta, GA 30306

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
#1 Fastest Growing, Highest Rated Property Manager! FREE Rental Price Analysis & 18-Month Tenant Warranty! Flat Rate Fees!

804 Town Boulevard, Suite A2040
Atlanta, GA 30319

Managing: Single-Family : Multi-Family :
Best Customer Service! No upfront cost or fees! Certain property maintenance included, ask us for details, saves you money!

4480-H South Cobb Dr. , Ste 162
Smyrna, GA 30080

Managing: Multi-Family :
New school tech. Old school respect.

Top Association Managers

5901B Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE , Suite B-525
Atlanta, GA 30328

Managing: Association :
Known for innovation, know-how and integrity in managing Homeowner and Condominium Associations.

2555 Marietta Highway , Suite 202
Canton, GA 30114

Managing: Association :
For superior customer service and proactive management.

7179 Jonesboro Road , Suite 100
Morrow, GA 30260

Managing: Association :
We are committed to providing your community with professional, efficient and technologically advanced management services.

Additional Property Management in Atlanta, GA

Managing: Multi-Family : Commercial
We offer boutique-style management services to our clients.

12315 Crab Apple Road
Alpharetta, GA 30004

Managing: Single-Family :
Specializing in Upscale North Atlanta Homes and Townhomes

4153C Flat Shoals Parkway Suite 320
Decatur, GA 30034

Managing: Commercial
Limited Time Special!!! First Month Property Management Fees Waived!!! Fee - 5% Rents, 10% Repairs, 50% Late Charges.


Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report

While it was the intersection of two railroads that gave birth to Atlanta, it is the happy confluence of a robust economy and the low cost of doing business that has kept her going. In 2014, Atlanta was ranked first on Penske Truck Rental's list of the top 10 U.S. cities Americans are relocating to - for the fourth consecutive year. Atlanta's allure can be credited mainly to the impressive lineup of Fortune 500 companies that call the city home, including Home Depot, Delta Airlines and Coca-Cola.

Swayed by the city's well-educated populace (more than 47 percent of Atlanta residents age 25 or older hold a bachelor's degree or higher), NerdWallet put Atlanta on its list of the best cities to start a business in. The implementation of "Opportunity Zones," which populate the metro's talent pool by providing payroll tax credits for businesses that hire a steady stream of recent Georgia Tech and GSU grads, has helped Atlanta foster a booming startup culture.

Atlanta's real estate market looks quite healthy even though it took quite the punch during the recent housing market collapse. Prospective rental property owners may want to pay close attention to neighborhoods like Kirkwood, West End, Old Fourth Ward and East Atlanta, as they are growing in popularity. Demand for condos and townhomes in Atlanta is currently particularly high.

Q2 2015 Atlanta Rental Market Update

In Q2 2015, Atlanta was the fourth-best rental market in the Southeastern U.S. and 16th-best in the country as a whole. Since Q1 2015, Atlanta dropped one spot in both the Rental Ranking Report's regional rankings for the Southeastern U.S. and its national rankings.

When looking at the real estate statistics taken into consideration by the Rental Ranking Report, it's difficult to find fault with the Atlanta rental market. Admittedly, Atlanta's vacancy rate of 8.40 percent is a bit high (exactly 25 percent greater than the national average), and could be construed as indicating that there is relatively low demand for housing there, but other stats show the exact opposite.

Atlanta's incredible year-over-year rental price increase of 11.57 percent in Q2 2015 (132 percent higher than the national average and seventh-best in the country for that metric) and annual property value appreciation of 7.98 percent (57 percent higher than the national average and 13th-best in the country) should be enough to pique the interest of any savvy rental property investor. Perhaps as noteworthy is the fact that Atlanta's superb 2.94 percent annual job growth rate suggests that the demand for local housing is unlikely to decline anytime soon.

Q1 2015 Atlanta Rental Market Update

The Q1 2015 Rental Ranking Report found that Atlanta is the third-best market in the Southeastern U.S. for rental property investment and 15th-best in the U.S. as a whole. While Atlanta's annual rental cap rate and median rental price appreciation were just 6.93 percent and 2.45 percent, respectively, in Q1 2015 - slightly lower than the national averages of 7.18 percent and 2.71 percent - Atlanta rental property owners can still get solid returns on their investments. This is largely due to Atlanta's superb year-over-year home value appreciation of 8.87 percent, which was almost 60 percent larger than the national average.

Atlanta's strong home value appreciation can be attributed to its impressive annual job growth (3.89 percent) and high housing demand, the latter of which is best exemplified by its low median age of housing inventory of 53 days. It shows that demand for Atlanta housing - including rental real estate - is quite strong and will only continue to increase.

What data is this Rental Ranking Report based on?

To calculate the statistics found in the Q2 2015 Rental Ranking Report, All Property Management gathered data, including the most recent government housing and jobs data, for 75 metros across the United States. Specifically, we looked at home vacancy, capitalization, home value appreciation and job growth rates, changes in rental prices, and the average number of days properties have been on the market to determine which U.S. metros will give investors the highest returns on rental investments. Click here to learn more about the Rental Ranking metrics.

Should I invest in Atlanta rental property?

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