NJ Landlord Property Law and Regulations
When searching for the right property management firm, your choice should be a company with a solid understanding of NJ landlord property law and regulations. Our state’s real estate and landlord/tenant laws are incredibly complex and numerous, and property owners, landlords and even tenants must follow a strict set of regulations. One of the most important needs for a property owner is to be protected from extremely costly legal action and fines.
That’s just one of the advantages of putting your property in the hands of the team at Connection Property Management. Our residential property managers are all licensed realtors, and they are all members of the National Association of Rental Property Managers and the Institute of Real Estate Management. We require our managers to stay continually educated in our state’s landlord-tenant statutes, and to stay aware of best practices as these statutes change and evolve over time.
We clearly explain the expectations and legal requirements to both landlords and tenants, so that there is no confusion of expectations. It’s part of our responsibility to protect you from threats of legal action and provide peace of mind to both property owners and tenants.
Our property managers are versed on these and other NJ landlord property law and regulations:
- Section 8 housing and discrimination
- Tenant’s rights
- Protected classes
- Disabled tenants
- Megan’s Law registration
- Pet policies
- Insurance hazards
- Lead based paint or toxic molds
Following state regulations when it comes to housing is of vital importance to property owners and tenants alike. Trust the experts at Connection Property Management to ensure that the properties you own or are considering renting are fairly managed and compliant with state regulations.
Whether you’re a New Jersey property owner or a resident looking for a rental, contact us today and find out more about how Connection works for you.