Fayetteville Property Management You Can Rely On

Your Property, Our Priority

What Separates Us From Other Property Management Companies in Fayetteville NC?

Alotta Properties Inc is a full service Fayetteville property management company. We focus on residential and multi-family properties. Having a successful rental property requires a lot of time, effort, experience and knowledge. Let us save you the time, effort and frustration that comes with gaining that experience.

Property Manager

Do I Need a Property Manager?


Eliminate the constant run around!

It can feel like a full time job dealing with repairs, complaints, collecting rent and coordinating vendors – and a constant state of stress. Transferring these responsibilities to a good property manager allows you to enjoy the benefits without spending all your free time working.

Why hire Alotta Properties Inc

Why Should I Use Alotta Properties Inc As My Fayetteville Property Manager?


You’ll make more money – and spend less time maintaining your investment. Some people assume that property management is expensive - but that’s not the case at all. You will actually make more money in the long run due to better quality tenants that stay longer and less damage or repairs to deal with.

Better screening process = Better Tenants! Because of our application tools and extensive resources, we can screen more tenants, and with more filters. We often have a waiting list of potential renters.

What Our Clients Have To Say

What Our Clients Have To Say...


North Carolina landlords who require tenants to pay a security deposit must abide by the rules under NC Gen Stat § 42-50 and the North Carolina landlord-tenant laws. There are consequences for failing to do so. Among other things, it may result in the forfeiture of the security deposit. The following is a basic overview of the North Carolina security deposit... MORE
North Carolina Rental Laws - An Overview of Landlord Tenant Rights in Fayetteville
The North Carolina Landlord-Tenant laws can be found in Chapter 42, Article 5 of the North Carolina General Statutes. These laws stipulate the rights and responsibilities each party to the lease has once a rental agreement is established either orally or in a written document. It goes without saying that it’s important for landlords to familiarize themselve... MORE
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