Tech-enabled rental property management in Charlotte

Stress less. Earn more.

We'll help make your Charlotte investment a home

Our team of local professionals serve rental properties in Charlotte, NC and the surrounding areas. We deliver best-in-class full service so you can enjoy a stress-free investment, while growing your financial assets and cash flow.

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White-glove property management made simple

Personal service

Put your investment in safe hands

Personal service

Meet your Portfolio Manager: it’s their job to make sure everything’s running smoothly at your place. They’re backed by a team of local experts for round-the-clock support. We’ll only bother you when things really need your attention, and when you need us, we’re just a phone call or message away, and available for emergencies 24/7.

Fair pricing. Guaranteed.

No setup fees. No marketing fees. No maintenance markups.

One Home

$85

per Month

Two Homes

$80

per Month

Three Homes

$75

per Month

Leasing fee: 50% of one month's rent  Renewal fee: $299

Custom plan

Four or more homes?

This premium plan may include a concierge service for owners who have a larger portfolio of homes. Pricing is customized to meet your needs.

Results are guaranteed

Rental income

$5,000 Rental Income Guarantee

Your residents could lose their income at any time, which could impact your steady rental cash flow. This Rental Income Guarantee program is unique from others you will find as it actually covers up to $5000 in risk of rental loss.

Eviction protection

$5,000 Eviction Protection Plan

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.

What we love about Charlotte

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Charlotte still maintains suburbian vibes with big city amenities. Come see what all the fuss is about-- you won't be disappointed.

Dylan Heckenroth

Director of Institutional Portfolio Management

Resident services

In house techs + extensive vendor network

Reviews & awards

Google Award
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Ashley Carnell

December 5, 2021

Today I had my annual inspection with Trina Hernandez and she was amazing very informative and helpful she recognized used that I never knew about Trina made sure that everything I needed done was going to be fixed very nice woman very friendly definitely looking forward to seeing her for the next inspection

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Tara Douglas

January 23, 2022

I was so impressed with my customer service rep, Mark D. I was at a house, it was dark, and I couldn’t open the lock box. I called the number provided for “problems." Mark D. Answered right away. He was extremely polite, kind, and helpful. I got in within minutes. Mark stayed on the phone with me for a while. I was a little nervous being in the house with it so dark outside. He answered questions and was just very pleasant! Thank you Mark!

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Novita Indah Sari

December 6, 2021

Yes I've had a great experience with Mynd Especially with getting things fixed in property. The moment I submit a work order I automatically feel confident because I know the job is going to get done, and Chad always makes sure I'm comfortable with the work and that I'm satisfied , and all I want to say is KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!

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Charlotte, North Carolina 28202

  • What is a property manager's most important duty?

    A residential property managers’ number one responsibility is guarding the property owner’s investment. All the things property managers do are rooted in this singulare commitment to the investor, from screening renters and limiting property damage to following all rules and regulations and making the most out of tax deductions.

  • What are general real estate investing guidelines?

    Rental property provides an investor with several potential passive income streams. You collect rent monthly; your investment property appreciates over time; you earn equity in your home, which you can use to get a low-interest loan; and you can sell your property. To avoid paying capital gains taxes, you can execute a 1031 exchange, which is when you use the profits from the sale of your property to buy a property of equal or greater value.

    Before you invest in a rental property, consider whether you’re up to the demands of being a property manager. In addition to the physical labor required to be a property manager, there is also the time factor to consider. This could include time spent on tasks as diverse as making trips to the store to buy supplies to waiting for tenants to arrive for interviews. Emotional labor is also involved, since it can be stressful to interact with tenants, answer emergency calls, and deal with vacancies. Some of your responsibilities will include:

    • Tenant Management — Finding tenants, screening tenants, drawing up legal lease contracts, collecting rents, and evicting tenants if necessary.

    • Property Maintenance — Repairs, upkeep, renovations, emergenciesand more.

    • Administrative — Bookkeeping, setting rent, taxes, paying employees, budgeting, etc.

    You can hire a property manager to handle all of these duties, but they earn 4% to 12% of the collected gross rents, which can be a lot if you only own one property. If you own multiple properties, however, a property manager is well worth the investment.

    There are various ways to calculate a property’s value using rental income, but there are two quick and easy ways to estimate your potential net income:

    • 50% Rule: Half of your income will go to operating expenses, which doesn’t include your mortgage payment. The other 50% can be used to make your monthly mortgage payments. This method can give you a rough idea of your income stream and potential profit.

    • 1% Rule: Your gross monthly rental income, meaning the amount you make before taxes, should be at least 1% of your property purchase price, after repairs.

    If you want to invest in real estate but don’t want to own any property, you can invest in Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). A REIT is a company that invests in a variety of real estate options. It can be traded privately, publicly like a stock, or be public but not traded. REITS are a great way to invest in real estate without getting fully invested in real estate. Owning REIT stock enables you to ostensibly own a portion of several properties.