Am dealing with an issue where my property manager has failed accomplish a home inspection after having requested it three weeks ago.
After digging into my contract with them, I noticed a 'Georgia Association of realtors form F18 mentioned in the services of the property manager section.
I never filled one of these out at contract signing. Is this required by law? Any recourse I have against the property managers for failing to conduct the home inspection in a timely manner or respond to 2 of my requests for updates?
Sorry, but investing so far away is so difficult if you don't really know and trust your manager. I'm against doing so, unless you can drop everything and run to personally see what's going on with your property.
And if you're going to invest in Georgia, you need to learn GA law, or be able to afford a lawyer (that you can also trust) in GA.
Or stick to investing in CO.
I know. That wasn't a nice answer. But, this is why I am against people investing so far away from home.
I think you need to talk to a GA landlord attorney. And talk about firing your PM and finding one that actually earns your money.
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