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Monthly Archives: September 2016

How to Respond to Negative Tenant Feedback

You might not think about it every day, but your tenants are taking note of the experiences they have in your rental properties. And some day, they may just share those experience publicly online. Because consumers these days turn to online reviews to help them make purchasing decisions, your reviews are more important than ever. […]

Should Montgomery County Landlords Require Renter’s Insurance in the Lease?

These days, Montgomery County income property owners are no longer leaving the fate of their rental properties up to chance. Instead, they’re taking control of the outcome of any potential disaster by requiring their tenants obtain renter’s insurance. By doing so, they’re making their lives a whole lot easier. Renter’s insurance can be a great idea for […]

Step-By-Step Guide for Rental Property Work Orders

As a landlord, you must make sure your rental properties are in habitable condition. That means that any time damages require your attention, you must respond as soon as possible to repair them.The best way to do this is to encourage your tenants to submit work orders and follow up on them quickly. If you […]

Should I Buy a Low-Income Rental Property in a Rough Neighborhood?

When people look for a rental property to live in, they might first look for a “nice” neighborhood. In fact, you’ll probably never come across someone who says, “I want to live in the roughest neighborhood in the area!” As a result, you might feel that purchasing a rental property in a not-so-nice neighborhood is […]

7 Reasons Why It’s a Great Time to Invest in Maryland Rental Properties

If you’re interested in becoming a property owner in Maryland, I have some exciting news for you: Now is a great time make it happen. More and more people are opting to rent rather than own due to the high costs of home ownership, the desire to change location frequently, and various other reasons. On […]

The Many Faces of Lease Agreements

As a Washington, D.C. rental property owner, you agree to lease your rental home to tenants, for an agreed upon amount of time.  This lease agreement establishes the relationship between landlord and tenant and many times involves the help of a D.C. property management company.With a signed lease agreement, the tenant receives legal possession of […]

Turn Your Rental Property into a “Smart Home” & Attract High-Paying Tenants

If you want to attract high-paying tenants, you need to realize that they often look for convenient, luxurious amenities that will improve their quality of life at home.One of those amenities is “smart” technology. When you install smart devices in one of your properties, you can turn that property into a smart home, which can […]

5 Ways to Collect Rent and Get Paid on Time

Collecting rent is one of the most important tasks you’ll handle as a landlord. If you can’t collect rent consistently, your rental property business won’t earn you the income you need to pay the bills. And for some landlords, collecting rent can be a serious challenge. Even with a solid lease agreement in place – […]

The Difference Between a Security Deposit and Last Month’s Rent

When a new tenant moves into your property, it’s time to start generating income from your investment. And not just from the first month’s rent – you have two other instant revenue options as well: the last month’s rent and the security deposit. Both of these are excellent ways to test a tenant’s financial stability […]