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Category Archives: Property Management in Baltimore

How Much Do Baltimore Property Managers Charge?

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First, it’s important to know what a property manager does and how they can benefit you as a landlord! A property manager and/or management company can assist landlords with all aspects of managing their properties. A property management company will not only help you maintain your properties but assists with leasing, rent collection, marketing, financials, […]

Pricing Your Rental Property

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When deciding to list your home as a rental property, deciding on a listing price can be a very important part of that decision. While it’s important to consider your mortgage payment and all other costs associated with the home, you will also need to think of the cost of vacancy and turnover. Keep in […]

Who Pays For Rental Property Improvements? What You Need To Know

As a Baltimore Landlord, You May Be Wondering Who Should Pay for Your Rental Property Improvements As an owner of a residential rental property, you already know that you are responsible for paying the property taxes and maintenance costs, but what if your tenant requests upgrades and improvements? What if they want a new refrigerator, […]

Top 20 Baltimore Employers to Watch in 2020

Top Baltimore Employers 2020

Many individuals find themselves unexpectedly unemployed and searching for positions due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Even with so much uncertainty, there are some genuinely great employers hiring in the Baltimore City area. Check out the list below containing local companies and organizations that are rated “top Baltimore employers” by the Baltimore County Government. Top […]

Understanding the Baltimore City COVID-19 Renter Relief Act

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The Baltimore City Council passed Baltimore City Renter Relief Act last week, and yesterday, Mayor Jack Young signed the bill. The primary focus of the bill is to freeze increases on rental rates amid COVID-19. What is the Baltimore City COVID-19 Renter Relief Act? The Renter Relief Act protects tenants from rent increases during the […]

Employee Spotlight: Alyssa Adams, Lease Administrator

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At Bay Property Management Group, we are property management professionals focused on customer service. Furthermore, our goal is to make property ownership both a pleasurable and profitable experience for our clients. We know that our success is due to our awesome team members, and how they each contribute something special to our property management company. […]

What Does a Property Manager Do?

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A Property Manager is different than a landlord. Typically, a landlord makes money from rent and is the property owner. Some landlords do manage their properties as well, but that takes education and experience. In simple terms, a property manager protects your rental investment and provides services to ensure a steady rental income, keep residents […]

Do I Have to Pay April’s Rent in Maryland?

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Do I have to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic? If you’ve been wondering, “Do I have to pay April Rent in Maryland during the Coronavirus?” then you might want to have all of the facts before making a decision. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is dangerous and scary for many reasons apart from the health aspects. Not […]

Bay Property Management Group Maryland – Response to COVID-19

Property Management COVID-19

As the world continues to struggle with COVID-19 and the rapid spread of this virus, we as a company have had to adapt. However, we have done so in a way that keeps both our employees and tenants safe and still allowing for our services to continue. Our business is essential which means we will […]

The Benefits of Renting vs. Buying

Buying a new home can be very rewarding, and is something most of us dream about at some point in our lives. However, homeownership may not be for everyone, and there’s a lot to consider before diving headfirst into a new mortgage. In fact, there are a lot of people out there, who simply prefer […]