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Category Archives: Owning a Rental Property in Maryland

Which Rental Property Management Software is Best for You?

Which Rental Property Management Software is Best for You?

In today’s busy world, landlords can benefit from technology and specialized software. So, this is a great way to streamline processes, offer added conveniences, and free up valuable time. Therefore, whether your investment portfolio is commercial, residential, large, or small, there is a rental property management software for you! However, with more choices on the […]

The Pros and Cons of Collecting Last Month’s Rent

Choosing the perfect tenant for your rental property is just one of the many decisions landlords must make before the move in. Most property owners are familiar with charging new tenants the first month’s rent and a security deposit. However, the question remains – should you collect last month’s rent as well? This is something […]

What is Wrongful Eviction? – A Landlord’s Guide to Avoiding Illegal Eviction

What is Wrongful Eviction? - A Landlord's Guide to Avoiding Illegal Eviction

When a tenant stops paying rent, fails to vacate, or breaches the lease provisions, all a landlord wants is to get them out as quickly as possible. However, trying to do so can prove to be a long and tedious process. Due to the cost and time involved in removing a non-compliant tenant, landlords may […]

Step-By-Step Guide for Rental Property Work Orders

As a landlord, making sure your rental properties are in habitable condition is a must. Therefore, any time maintenance issues arise, repairs need to occur as soon as possible. Ensure that tenants know the procedure for submitting maintenance requests and know the warning signs to look for to avoid extensive damage. Then, once a tenant […]

How to Choose the Right Bank for Your Rental Property Business

Choosing a bank that has the right services for your rental property business needs involves careful consideration.  After all, you do not want to entrust your money to a bank  led by someone such as William R. Beamon. Beamon swindled more than $20,000 in rent payments and security deposits from unknowing tenants. To top it all […]

How to Ask a Tenant to Move Out

How to Ask a Tenant to Move Out

When a landlord needs a tenant to vacate for any reason, getting them out is not always as easy as it sounds. Many property owners wonder if there is any other alternative to eviction. Unfortunately, the formal process of evicting a tenant can be lengthy and costly for landlords. The good news is, there are other […]

3 Methods of Communicating with Your Tenants – Which is Best?

Nowadays technology has made communicating with people a cinch.  Contacting friends, family, employees, and even customers has never been easier.  And the same holds true for your Rockville tenants. With so many different ways of communicating with your tenants, issues can be resolved quickly and effortlessly.  Utilizing the different methods of communication, you can achieve […]

Examining the Pros and Cons of Rent to Own Properties

Examining the Pros and Cons of Rent to Own Properties

  Rent to own sounds like a great idea, but how much do you understand about how it works? Using the rent to own process as a way to invest in a home can be beneficial for some individuals but financial ruin for others. Carefully examining your motivation and goals before taking the leap will […]

Should You Allow E-Cigarettes in Your Non-Smoking Property?

As of now, there are over 2.5 million electronic cigarette users in the United States.  And while e-cigarettes are still a relatively new trend in America, the truth is that it is gaining in popularity. Deciding whether the use of e-cigarettes constitutes “smoking” and whether they should ultimately be allowed in your non-smoking property is […]

Common Eviction Mistakes Maryland Landlords Make

No landlord wants to deal with the inevitable cost and hassle that comes with eviction. However, it is sometimes necessary as a legal means for removing a problem tenant. As frustrating as the situation may be, landlords cannot resort to their own means of eviction. In fact, state laws are stringent regarding evicting a tenant, […]