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Monthly Archives: April 2020

10 Words To Avoid Using In Your Rental Property Listing

  Facing the fact that your Anne Arundel rental property has recently become vacant is never fun. However, vacancies are a part of being in the rental property business and must be dealt with swiftly. Crafting the perfect rental property listing is the first step to overcoming vacancy. We have previously discussed on our blog […]

Tenant Screening Tips for Harrisburg, PA Landlords

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Screening tenants is a tedious and necessary part of the leasing process for your Harrisburg rental property. Without a careful screening process, you open your property up to trouble tenants, vacancies, and potential eviction. Screening Tenants For Your Harrisburg, PA Rental Property Examples of Trouble Tenants: Problem Payers: Those with a history of late payments […]

Are You Worried About Rent Strikes Affecting Your Washington D.C. Rental Property?

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With May 1st looming, many landlords are worried about missed rent payments due to rent strikes. Rent strikes in Washington D.C. are widespread right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic and high unemployment rate. At the moment, there is a ban on evictions. However, D.C. tenants need to understand that this is temporary, and rent […]

Do My Tenants Have to Pay May Rent in Philadelphia Amid COVID-19?

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Are you wondering if your tenants are required to pay May rent amid COVID-19? The short answer is yes, but the answer is more complicated. As of now, the “no eviction” policy will end at the end of April. However, an extension is likely, as much of the country is still on lockdown. This will […]

Can Tenants Break Their Lease at My Montgomery County, MD Rental Property?

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Are you a landlord facing a lease break in your Montgomery County rental property? Unfortunately, sometimes tenants will break their lease early. It’s an inevitability in the property management world, and it’s essential to know how to deal with these circumstances as they arise for a Montgomery County landlord. Landlords Guide to Lease Breaks in […]

How to Write a Rent Increase Letter for Your Lancaster, PA Tenants

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Rent increases are standard in the property management industry. Typically, rent increases are around 3-5% per renewal. Before sending a rent increase letter to a tenant, there are some things to keep in mind. It’s essential to consider the rent increase laws in Lancaster, consequences of increase, calculation methods, and the best way to write […]

Creative Storage Solution for Small Spaces in Washington, D.C.

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Let’s face it, D.C. rent prices are high, and the rental properties are usually pretty small compared to units outside of the city. Rental living can come with a host of benefits like amenities, location, on-site maintenance, etc. However, having limited space does have its setbacks, and not having enough (or any) closet or pantry […]

Can I Evict My Tenants During COVID-19? A Guide for Landlords in York, PA

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Are you a landlord wondering, “Can I evict my tenants during COVID-19?” COVID-19 is causing high unemployment rates all over the country, which are leading to rent strikes, late rent payments, non-payments of rent, and non-payments of other bills like utilities. As a landlord or property manager in York, PA, you may be wondering about […]

Navigating your First Lease Signing as a Harrisburg, PA Landlord

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Before a lease can be signed, there are several essential steps to follow. Also, there are several additional steps to consider once the lease is signed. Learn more about this process below to help navigate your first lease signing in Harrisburg as a new landlord. We will discuss what a good lease should look like, […]

Are You Considering a Tankless Water Heater for Your Washington D.C. Rental Property?

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Considering making the switch to a tankless water heater in your Washington D.C. rental property (properties)? The standard large water heater tanks are inefficient and becoming a thing of the past. Tankless water heaters are becoming increasingly popular and replacing tank heaters in many properties. However, just like with anything, the tankless water heater has […]