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Monthly Archives: July 2017

7 Ways to Increase Your Baltimore County Rental Property Income

If you own a coveted Baltimore County rental property, chances are you are commanding an exceptional rent amount each month. Thanks in large part to Towson University, and the peaceful serenity of the suburbs, mixed with the nearby excitement of the city, having an investment property in the nearby Towson region is one of the […]

6 Ways to Reduce Your Philadelphia Rental Vacancy Rate

If your Philadelphia rental property is vacant, chances are you are not a happy property owner. Vacancies are often the worst thing a property owner has to deal with in the rental property business, next to dealing with a non-paying tenant and an eviction. In order to minimize losing profit, and maintain your status as […]

5 Tips on How to Decide Your Montgomery County Rental Price

You want to make a profit with your rental property. You want to be competitive. You want to entice tenants that you are the best. You want to be known for having an outstanding rental property. There is much to balance when it comes to setting the monthly rent amount for your Potomac rental property, […]

5 Rental Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Property in Top Shape

Taking care of your Philadelphia rental home is just as important as caring for the home you actually live in. Yet, time and again, property owners either fall behind on general maintenance of their rental properties, or expect their tenants to handle everything – both of which are a bad idea. Keeping your investment property […]

How to Go Paperless With Managing Your Rental Property

Proper bookkeeping is crucial to the success of any landlord. And, as portfolios begin to build, one tenant turns into ten, and the amount of documents you must keep on hand for not only your rental properties, but those occupying them, continues to grow. The next thing you know, your need for a paperless solution […]

How to Determine the Amount of Your Rental’s Security Deposit

  An important part of owning a rental property in Harford County is charging tenants a security deposit at the start of every new lease term. This deposit serves as assurance that your property will be cared for during the course of tenancy. And, if by chance your property is not cared for, this security […]

3 Types of Problematic Tenants and How to Handle Them

Having tenants in your Philadelphia income property that turn out to be troublesome is enough to make any property owner want to quit the rental property business and run far, far away. However, this solves nothing. So, rather than stick your head in the sand and hope the problem fixes itself, try to remedy the […]

Should You Accept Cash Rent Payments From Your Tenant?

There are many ways you can collect rent from your Prince George’s County tenants. And, while you may not place much thought into your accepted forms of payment, the ways in which you collect rent may be more important than you think. Being able to collect rent on time every month, from every tenant you […]

7 Ways to Ensure Your Potential Tenant’s References are Real

Any responsible Baltimore City property owner knows the importance of tenant screening when it comes to placing tenants in their property. You want to make sure the tenant you are considering has no criminal background, has verifiable income that can cover the monthly rent expenses, and has a good credit score. Since most rental applications […]

What to Do If Your Tenant Files for Bankruptcy

The thought of your Philadelphia tenant filing for bankruptcy no doubt brings to mind some very serious situations that you do not want to deal with. For example, if you have a tenant in your property that is claiming bankruptcy, how can you expect them to pay you rent each month? Worse, perhaps they have […]