Being home to several large cities, Tennessee is estimated to have a whopping 6.65 million residents. These include Nashville, with a population of 684,410 (33% being renters), and Memphis, with a population of 657,167 (17% being renters).
With this many renters, the Tennessee landlord-tenant laws are actually quite landlord-friendly. In other words, as a landlord, the cards may be stacked in your favor.
In today’s article, we’re going to take a look at a basic overview of Tennessee landlord-tenant law. Understanding these laws can help you best serve your tenants based on Tennessee tenant rights and avoid potential legal issues.
A Guide to Tennessee Rental Laws
Required Landlord Disclosures in Tennessee
Under the Tennessee…