MURFREESBORO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
WE CAN HELP MANAGE YOUR MURFREESBORO RENTAL PROPERTY
Stones River Property Management, INC. is one of the largest and most experienced property management companies in Middle Tennessee,
employing marketing and administrative services to fill and manage leased properties.
As a full-service Murfreesboro property management company, we offer the most comprehensive and cost effective management solution in the industry for residential property management. The Stones River Property Management, INC. team has established a higher standard for Murfreesboro property management that is unsurpassed by our competition. We not only anticipate your complete satisfaction; we depend on it. Here are just a few of the many services we provide:
WHY USE Stones River Property Management, INC.
- Advertise on our website, internet and MLS
- Licensed real estate agents on staff to show your property
- Tenant Screening which includes all background and credit checks
- Execute lease agreements
- Collect security deposits and rents
- Pay and maintain your utility services
- In-house inspections
- Auto bank deposits and monthly statements.
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR SERVICES
Peace of Mind for Both Owners and Tenants
- 25+ years experience.
- Fully staffed and focused on property management, not traditional listings and sales.
- No hidden costs. Everything up front with no surprise fees.
- Time tested qualification process for applicants.
- Realistic pricing.
- 24/7 in-house maintenance support.
- Homes shown by appointment; house keys never handed out.
- Regular communication with owners.
- Customized management programs.
- Glad to work with your favorite Realtor.
“We are relatively new at the rental business and are trying to do it long distance. We called several management companies and tried a few with not very good results. Then we found Stones River. What a difference! All the people there are very friendly, professional and caring.„
~ Ken E. IL
“We wanted to express our extremely enjoyable business relationship we have developed over the past 5 years with your company.
We feel as though we are working in a partnership with Stone River Properties to care for the needs of our shared clientele base.
We have always felt completely comfortable referring our most important clients, friends and family members to Stones River Properties for property management needs and temporary housing needs (i.e. leases, rentals,).
Your staff and processes are among the best in the industry. We look forward to many more years of successful business together.„
~ Valerie and Mark N., TN
MURFREESBORO AREA INFORMATION
In 1811, the Tennessee State Legislature established a county seat for Rutherford County. The town was first named "Cannonsburgh" in honor of Tennessee politician Newton Cannon, but was soon renamed "Murfreesboro" for Revolutionary War hero Colonel Hardy Murfree, later the great-grandfather of author Mary Noailles Murfree.
As Tennessee grew westward, it became clear that having the state capital in Knoxville would be a burden to those who had to travel from the western end of the state. In 1818, Murfreesboro became the capital of Tennessee until 1826, when Nashville became the state capital.
Following the Confederate retreat from the Battle of Perryville in central Kentucky, Confederate forces moved through East Tennessee and then turned northwest to defend at Murfreesboro. General Bragg's veteran cavalry was successful in harassing General Rosecrans' troop movements and in capturing and destroying supply trains, but could not completely stop the supplies and reinforcements from reaching Rosecrans. Despite the large number of casualties, the battle was tactically inconclusive, but is considered a Union victory. At the end of the battle, Confederate General Braxton Bragg retreated 36 miles (58 km) south to Tullahoma. General Rosecrans did not pursue until he had a secure logistical posture six months later in June 1863. The battle was strategically significant since it provided the basis for the further movement to Chattanooga and Atlanta which would eventually result in the Union splitting the Eastern and Western theaters by Sherman's March to the Sea. Stones River National Battlefield is now a historical site.