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State Resource Description - South Carolina SC Did you know South Carolina’s state motto is ‘Prepared in Mind and Resources’? South Carolina landlords and property managers must adopt that very motto when it comes to managing their residential rental properties. We can’t think of a better description than prepared when it comes to depicting landlords who take advantage of our vast resources.

We prepare South Carolina landlords and property managers by supplying them with legally sound lease agreements and required documents for managing residential rentals. But being prepared requires more than just forms, thus the reason we offer a place in our forum for landlords and property managers to post their daily practice questions.

Our resources for landlords include articles on topics for which we’ve done the research so you don’t have to. The article topics range from how to screen tenants to what to do if a tenant files bankruptcy and beyond. You never have to worry that South Carolina may have passed a landlord-tenant law that you aren’t aware of; simply visit our South Carolina state law summary page. Looking for something specific regarding landlord-tenant law? You can check out our new landlord-tenant guide, written with you in mind.

When you’ve educated yourself a little more with our articles and gotten all of your questions answered in our forum, you can screen your tenants using our Tenant Screening service found along the top section on the home page. Just click the Tenant Screening tab to get started.

South Carolina Residential Lease Agreements

South Carolina Lease The South Carolina lease wizard offers many benefits to South Carolina landlords and property managers which are too numerous to name here. Although, one you will definitely want to know about is the state assist which is provided to alert you of South Carolina mandates. Oh, and while we want you to begin creating your lease to see for yourself, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention our leases can be edited and emailed. You can also begin working on them, SAVE, and return to them later.

South Carolina Landlord Forms

South Carolina Rental Forms South Carolina 5 Day Demand for Rent
Unless your lease specifies otherwise; a 5 Day Demand for Rent must be given to the tenant before the commencement of court proceedings.

South Carolina 14 Day Notice to Cure
If the tenant fails to follow the terms within the rental agreement, other than the requirement to pay rent, the landlord should serve them a 14 Day Notice.

South Carolina Landlord Tenant Law Pamphlet
This helpful and concise South Carolina landlord-tenant pamphlet is issued by the Appleseed Legal Justice Center.

South Carolina Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign. South Carolina imposes many regulations on lease agreements, which our lease builder will help explain as you create a SC rental contract.

South Carolina Application for Ejectment
Commence ejectment by filing this application with any magistrate having territorial jurisdiction over the area in which the premises is located.

South Carolina Eviction Pamphlet
This eviction pamphlet outlines a landlord's eviction obligations from a tenant's perspective.

Browse more South Carolina rental forms here.

South Carolina Attorneys

South Carolina Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
C. Cantzon Foster, I
Foster Law Office
www.fosterlawrealestate.com/attorneys/c-c-foster-ii.shtml
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Columbia, SC
  Stephen L. Hall
Young & Sullivan, LLC.
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Columbia, SC

South Carolina Links and Resources

South Carolina Rental Resources South Carolina Housing (including Landlord) Law Brochures
These brochures were developed and published by the South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center.
www.scjustice.org/housing.html

South Carolina Real Estate Investment Clubs

South Carolina Landlord Clubs
Capitol City Real Estate Investors, Columbia, SC
Meeting Time: 7:00 pm, 2nd Thursday, Number of Members: 250  More South Carolina Real Estate Investment Clubs »

South Carolina Real Estate Investors Association (SCREIA), Myrtle Beach, SC
Meeting Time: 2nd Wednesday of every month, 6:00 pm., Number of Members: 145  More South Carolina Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Upstate Carolina Real Estate Investors Association (UCREIA), Greenville, SC
upstatecreia.com/
Meeting Time: 3rd Monday of every month, 7:00 pm., Number of Members: 261  More South Carolina Real Estate Investment Clubs »

South Carolina Real Estate Investment Articles

South Carolina Rental Articles
South Carolina Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted November 6, 2009
South Carolina has its own unique landlord-tenant laws, that landlords and property managers need to be familiar with before leasing properties.

How Much Rent Should You Charge?
Posted March 16, 2017
Since rental income is the chief reason people consider buying investment properties, choosing the right rent amount requires a great deal of thought. But how do landlords decide what to charge? Formerly, they spent weeks scanning newspaper ads for comparable rental units, and seeking advice from market experts. Now, though, anyone with internet access and a calculator can figure it out for themselves. The two most important considerations in setting an appropriate rent amount are: • Covering the cost* of owning the property • Drawing a good pool of tenants

How Many Applicants Will Your Rental Get & How Do you Choose the Most Qualified?
Posted March 15, 2017
The perfect tenant rarely just appears on your doorstep the day you're ready to start leasing your rental property. Typically, it takes some work to find the right person, or people. But, there are established steps that can smooth the process and remove some of the mystery involved in sussing out a good applicant. Applicants will find your rental through word of mouth, an open house, or an ad or online listing. Have a process ready for gathering their contact information. Dated sign-in sheets requesting a name, email address and phone number are perfect for an open house. It's also a good idea to start a file, and then make an entry with a date, name, email address and number each time a potential tenant calls.

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