- Will my landlord be responsive when I need them?
- Will my Security Deposit money be accounted for properly?
- How will maintenance issues be handled?
These are some of the questions many people have when looking for the right rental property.
Our mission at New Heights Property Management is to provide tenants with a comfortable living experience. We make renting a property simple, easy and enjoyable. And our tenants know that we respond to their needs and we handle their Security Deposit and rent payments in accordance with state laws and best practices in the industry.
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Our available rentals include everything from single family homes to condos and townhomes. When you’re looking for a property to rent, make sure you start here. You can find a rental home by browsing our listings, or talking to one of our outstanding leasing agents. Our properties are available for you to see at any time that’s convenient for you – even weekends.
Search in specific subdivisions, or by price. If you’re not sure about what you need in square footage or you’re new to the area, contact us to talk about your options. We’re here to help. Contact us today to find houses for rent or to start an application.Browse Available Rentals
Information for Current and Prospective Tenants
When you have a question that isn’t answered in your lease agreement or your Tenant Handbook, we want you to contact us. We have the best houses for rent and the best tenants – and we want to keep it that way. Let us know what you need and how we can help.
“I would definitely recommend New Heights property management. My property manager is very responsive and accommodating. Mallory Wolfe does a fantastic job and has helped me with numerous new move in questions and situations. Getting my keys was a breeze and I received a nice little goodie bag. The maintenance team and turn times are very professional, friendly, and efficient. I have a big dog and they are very conscientious of him and my belongings. Honestly cannot say enough good things about them. Keep it up yall!”
- Chris Marchi