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  • We Can Manage Your Rental

    Being an owner of a rental home is no small task, requiring a hefty load of time and attention in order to properly care for your property. Managing a rental or leased property only becomes more difficult if you happen to live a long distance from your rental property.
    Here at Oxford Property Management, we offer our expertise and property management skills to take the load off of your back and let you rest easy in knowing that your property is being properly managed.  Our services start from preparing the property, making sure it is up to our standard of excellence, before we even make it available on public listings.  From there, we find and screen qualified tenants, then we’ll keep up with rent, maintenance, and track all other finances of activity on your property.  
    We work with local and out-of-state property owners alike to promote and manage their property, and we mean it when we say that you can rest easy knowing that your property is under our care.  Our mission is to provide the best service and experience to our clients and residents as possible, and we plan on doing just that.

  • What We Do As Your Property Manager

    • Extensive marketing of vacant units
    • Coordinating work to prepare unit for new tenants
    • Screening and selection of qualified tenants
    • Preparing and executing up-to-date Rental Agreements
    • Collecting rents
    • Monthly reports of all financial activity at your property
    • Coordinate all necessary maintenance through our carefully trained maintenance staff
    • End of Year reporting that makes tax filing easy
  • Area Information

    Nestled in the southern reaches of beautiful Nashville, our staff at Oxford Property Management cover a solid area of Middle Tennessee properties, including the La Vergne, Brentwood, Franklin, and Mt. Juliet areas.  We handle urban, suburban, and rural properties with great care, and we make sure to tailor the services we offer specifically to each home’s particular needs.