James Island Property Management

We Can Help Manage Your James Island Rental Property

James Island Property Management

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the James Island area.

Benefits of using James Island Property Company

  • No hassle management
  • Automated owner statements
  • Online Owner Portal Access
  • Industry leading marketing tools
  • 24/7 maintenance request handling
  • Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
  • Low vacancy rate
  • Low time on market
  • Industry specific local knowledge



Property Management Services

  • Detailed screening of all applicants with a credit, criminal, rental, & eviction background check
  • Lease negotiation and rent collection
  • Coordination of licensed and insured maintenance specialists, including 24-hour emergency service for tenants
  • Property inspection report after each move-in
  • Legal action, including eviction procedures
  • Strict conformity to the South Carolina Residential Landlord and Tenant Act

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  • Aggressive marketing using MLS, popular websites and social media for local and national exposure, featuring:
  • HD and wide-angle photography
  • Visible signage at each property and custom showings
  • Rental price optimization based on detailed Competitive Market Analysis
  • Rental open houses to showcase the property

Financial Accounting

  • Detailed monthly and annual accounting statements, accessible at all times through personal online portal
  • Maintain all rent and security deposits in trust accounts
  • Approve bills, deduct expenses, and disburse funds electronically
  • Full oversight and certification of financial records by licensed CPA


Cloud-based software that provides personal online portals for:



  • Financial and operational reports
  • Work order status and final receipts
  • Legal documents including management agreements and leases


  • Pay rent on-line
  • Set-up monthly electronic payments
  • Request maintenance and repairs

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I do my own Maintenance?

If you are very good at maintenance, or like being more hands on, you always have the option of taking care of the maintenance of your property on your own. In our experience, most people who attempt to be the maintenance man, or even the supervisor end up with more down time, a lot of personal involvement, and more money out of pocket. If maintenance is your expertise, go for it… otherwise we suggest you leave it to the experts. If you do your own maintenance, we strongly encourage you to use a Home Warranty Company.

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James Island Area Information

James Island Area Information

Long settled as a semi-rural area, this island has been affected by increasing urbanization and the expansion of the city of Charleston.

Island residents incorporated the Town of James Island on January 8, 1993. Joan Sooy was elected as the first Mayor.

A lawsuit was filed by the City of Charleston claiming that the parts of the new Town were not contiguous, being separated by salt marsh that it had already incorporated. The City of Charleston prevailed at Circuit Court and the Town appealed. The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled against the Town in 1997.

The South Carolina legislature changed incorporation law to allow incorporation over already annexed salt marsh. The Town of James Island was incorporated a second time in 2002. Mary Clark was elected Mayor.

The City of Charleston challenged the Town again, this time arguing that the new incorporation law was unconstitutional special legislation. The City of Charleston prevailed in Circuit Court and the Town of James Island appealed. The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that the singling out "salt marsh" was irrational, the legislation was ruled unconstitutional and the Town was closed for a second time.

South Carolina changed the state laws affecting incorporation, effective on July 1, 2005. A third attempt to become a town was successful in June 2006, when about 3,000 voted to incorporate. The day after the vote, Charleston mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. filed a lawsuit against the town for the third time saying that it was unconstitutional. Mary Clark was elected mayor of the town for the third time in August 2006. Source From Wikipedia