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Can a Landlord Use a Security Deposit for Unpaid Rent? 

 Are you a tenant facing a tough situation with unpaid rent? Or maybe you’re a landlord wondering what will happen when you don’t receive a payment from a tenant? We want to let you know that you’re in the right place! In this guide, we’ll help you navigate whether a security deposit can be used […]

Most and Least Expensive Cities for Renters in 2024

While homeownership is the ultimate goal for most people, it’s been difficult for most to achieve. As such, many people find it more affordable to live in rentals until home prices settle or until they’ve saved enough to buy one. However, even renting has gotten more and more expensive over the years. Today, we’re reviewing […]

How to Get More Property Management Leads

Lead generation is crucial to any business, including rental property management. After all, if nobody knows about your business, how do you expect to get more clients and, in turn, increase revenue? A successful property management business starts with finding reliable property management leads. Today, we’ll go over the importance of lead generation, how to […]

How to Enhance Your HOA’s Safety and Security

Safety and security are important aspects of any homeowners association. After all, who doesn’t want to feel safe in their community? Whether you implement a neighborhood watch program or install security systems in public areas, there are plenty of ways to up your HOA’s safety and security. Read on to learn who’s responsible for safety […]

Tenant Rights in the DC Heat: Apartment Air Conditioning Laws  

Tenant Rights in the DC Heat: Apartment Air Conditioning Laws  

Tenant rights can vary by territory and state, and apartment air conditioning laws are no exception. Especially in the DC heat, tenants need to know if, and when, their landlords have to provide air conditioning. Have no fear—we’ve got the answers below.   Main Takeaways: In Washington, DC, landlords only have to provide air conditioning when […]

Where Should I Live?: Deciding the Best Places in MD for You 

When the time comes to ask yourself, “Where should I live,” there are no cut-and-dry answers. There are so many places in Maryland that could be your new place to call home. However, in this vast state, every little area has its unique qualities, pluses, and minuses. There are so many aspects to take into […]

Renovating Rental Properties on a Budget

 When you own a rental property for a long time, there may come a time when you need to consider renovations. Whether the property becomes outdated or you come across safety concerns, small yet valuable renovations can help increase the value of your property and your cash flow. Today, we’ll go over six property […]

What Can Disqualify You from Renting an Apartment? 

It is an awful experience to be disqualified from renting an apartment. Not only do you lose out on your dream apartment, but you often lose your application fees as well. As a tenant, understanding what can disqualify you from renting an apartment is crucial. In this guide, whether you are wondering why your rental […]

What Bills Do You Pay When Renting an Apartment? 

What Bills Do You Pay When Renting An Apartment?

Being a first-time renter is a considerable accomplishment and an equally colossal responsibility. One of the most common new renter questions is, “What bills do I have to pay when renting an apartment?” The answer is critical to properly planning your budget and determining just how much apartment you can afford. Whether you’re a first-time […]

The Difference Between Leasing vs. Renting an Apartment 

The main difference between leasing and renting is the length of tenancy. While these terms are often used interchangeably, renting is a term used to refer to short-term arrangements, usually on a month-to-month basis. In contrast, leasing refers to long-term agreements of six months to a year or more. In this article, we’ll help you understand […]