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Monthly Archives: March 2022

How to Create a Virtual Tour for Your Rental Property

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Technology has become highly prevalent in most people’s lives–even landlords and property managers. The use of technology is beneficial in this industry and has created new ways of performing daily tasks, including property tours. Keep reading to learn how to create a virtual tour for your rental property today.  What is a Virtual Property Tour? […]

Creating a Roommate Agreement – A Guide for Tenants

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Whether you’re moving to a new city for school or want a chance to start over in a new town, finding a roommate or two has its perks. Finding a trusted roommate can help you become familiar with your new city while saving money on rent and utilities. If you’re wondering about the benefits of […]

How to Prepare for Vacancy with a Rental Property Turnover Checklist

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If you own rental properties, you know that sometimes there are periods of vacancy between tenants. While it’s not ideal to have an empty rental property, property turnover is a significant responsibility for rental business owners. As a property owner or manager, there are steps you can take to ensure minimal vacancy. Read along as […]

Top 3 Things to Ask Your Prospective Tenant’s References

In a competitive rental market, every lead is vital. After all, a high tenant turnover rate can wreak havoc on your annual profit, which is why placing tenants efficiently is so important. However, not every prospective applicant that wants to see your rental property will meet the qualifications. That said, placing a bad tenant causes even more […]

Spring Landscaping to Get Your Property Ready for Leasing Season

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Ensuring your property is well-maintained and looking good from the outside is important all year long. However, it’s especially necessary during the leasing season. Although the inside of your rental is what prospective tenants really want to see, the outdoor curb appeal is the first thing they notice. That said, follow along as we go […]

How to Avoid a Real Estate Bidding War

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Frequently, a homebuyer’s worst nightmare is a real estate bidding war. For investors, getting the best deal on a property is essential to achieve a healthy profit. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s unavoidable that more than one person is interested in the same property. However, there are a few ways you can avoid a real estate bidding […]

Can Owners Require a Pre-approval Before Showing a Rental Property?

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Finding quality tenants for your rental properties is crucial in running a successful rental business. However, conducting showings, following up on leads, and facilitating applications can be a time-consuming process. For landlords without professional property management in Washington DC, running to showings for applicants who are unqualified or not truly interested wastes valuable time. To […]

Tax Loopholes to Check Before Selling Your Rental Property

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Buying and selling real estate is a large financial decision for investors, landlords, and homeowners alike. With any investment comes tax situations, payments, and legal requirements. That said, when you invest in rental properties, there are clever and legal ways you can reduce your tax burden. Today we go over some rental property tax loopholes […]

How to Avoid Eviction and Still Get a Tenant to Move Out

How to Avoid Eviction and Still Get a Tenant to Move Out

Sometimes, you cannot avoid eviction: one or more of your tenants has to go. Preferably sooner rather than later. Evicting a tenant is one of the more draining experiences you’ll have to endure as a landlord. Evictions take time and money, but are there any other legal ways to get your property back? Yes! Telling […]

Should Landlords Allow Tenants to AirBnb Their Properties?

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Most property management companies in Baltimore do everything they can to find good tenants and protect their rental properties. That said, becoming a landlord undeniably poses both risks and benefits. One landlord-tenant scenario that has pros and cons is subletting for Airbnb.  Sometimes, tenants go out of town or need to end a lease early, […]