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Cherokee County Property Management

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Cherokee County Property Management

Our team has assembled experienced professionals to handle every aspect of the property management business. We will make every effort to keep you informed about what's going on with your rental property while handling each step of the process. We offer landlords several options including full service leasing and property management, lease only service, or management only service.



  • 24 hour marketing of your property on our web site and numerous other locations
  • Supply rental applications and all other documents necessary to meet local Landlord/Tenant Laws
  • Thoroughly screen all prospective tenants
  • Prepare the lease and conduct move-in inspection
  • Handle all tenant issues and problems
  • Maintain trust accounts and journals for collected rent and deposits that are subject to periodic auditing
  • We use leading edge software for managing your properties efficiently and cost-effectively.
  • Collect rent and make ACH deposits into owners accounts
  • Provide fully computerized and detailed monthly statements accounting for all income and disbursements
  • Obtain bids and notify our clients prior to any excessive expenses regarding their property
  • Ensure all required maintenance is done in a timely manner
  • Conduct an interior survey of the property every six months with a copy going to the owner
  • Provide 24-hour emergency service
  • Conduct move-out inspection and disburse all tenant deposit refunds and supply required documentation

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Cherokee County Area Information


Originally, Cherokee County was more like a territory than a county, covering everything northwest of the Chattahoochee River and Chestatee River except for Carroll County. This county was created December 26, 1831 by the state legislature. It was named after the Cherokee Indians who lived in the area at that time. Several other counties were carved out of these Cherokee lands as part of the Cherokee Land Lottery of 1832.

An act of the Georgia General Assembly passed on December 3 of that year created the counties of Forsyth, Lumpkin, Union, Cobb, Gilmer, Murray, Cass (now Bartow), Floyd, and Paulding. The forcible (sometimes at gunpoint) removal of the Cherokee people, leading up to the notorious Trail of Tears, began in this area the year before, later accelerated by the discovery of gold in local streams.

The first county seat was at Harnageville, originally called Marble Works. Since 1880 that town has been called Tate, and it is now (since 1853) in Pickens County. Part of that county was taken directly from Cherokee, the other via Gilmer (itself earlier taken from Cherokee).

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Management Specialists, LLC

309 Creekstone Ridge
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Phone: (678) 569-4005
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