When searching for a property to lease, there are a lot of reasons to partner with RentinRichmond. It is not just the home that you will be renting, but the landlord, maintenance, accounting, and more. Rent in Richmond is a full service management company that believes that quality service and attention to detail keeps you, our customers, happy. We know that there are a lot of properties on the market for lease and it takes exceptional service to keep you as a tenant.

There is only one way to ensure your deposit will be handled appropriately and that is to work with a licensed, respectable management company. Don’t make the mistake of turning your money over to an individual and not knowing where it is going or if you are ever going to see it again. We hold your money in a local escrow account and give you full accounting of all your payments. There is never a question of where your money is being held.

Don’t worry when renting from RentinRichmond. We have full-time maintenance and work with specialist throughout the area to get your maintenance issue resolved as quickly as possible. This site allows you to report maintenance 24 hours a day 7 days a week. If it is an emergency be sure to call our afterhours hot line 804-527-6240 to speak to a live representative for immediate assistance. Don’t make the mistake of renting a home without also interviewing the management company or landlord; we believe you will feel at home. Renting from RentinRichmond can make your next rental experience a positive one.

Rent In Richmond Fair Housing Act Compliance: Rent In Richmond fully complies with the Federal Fair Housing act first enacted into law in 1996 and amended in 1988. The Fair Housing Act provides that Rent In Richmond shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or handicap. Rent In Richmond takes this responsibility seriously and will never discriminate against potential tenants or current tenants based on the above classes. Notwithstanding the above, Rent In Richmond reserves the right to refuse to rent to a potential tenant based on reasons or circumstances not included in the Fair Housing Act.