6,000Units Under Management
Less Than 1% Eviction Rate
Avg. Time Rental Is on Market 23 Days

Category Archives: Property Management in Anne Arundel County, MD

Housing Market Predictions: What to Watch For in 2024

As we enter the new year, many investors and homebuyers wonder if this will be the year to buy real estate. Will mortgage rates decrease? Will there be more homes on the market? Is a market crash on the horizon? Check out the video below where we go over the current state of the market […]

The Reverse Market Crash: Is It Coming in 2024?

Most people are aware of market crashes, how they happen, and their effects on consumers. However, reverse market crashes aren’t as commonly discussed, although they are important to understand. In the video below, we’ll go over what causes a reverse market crash, similar scenarios that have happened in the past, and whether or not there’s […]

How to Respond to Negative Tenant Feedback

You might not think about it every day, but your tenants are taking note of the experiences they have in your rental properties. And someday, they may just share those experiences publicly online. Since consumers these days turn to online reviews to help them make purchasing decisions, your reviews are more important than ever. But […]

Investing in Student Housing Near Washington DC Universities


There are plenty of ways to invest in real estate and several different strategies for investors to explore. One method some investors explore is investing in student housing. This can be a lucrative choice for several reasons, including consistent demand, long-term stability, and potential for appreciation. However, there are also some potential downsides. Read along […]

Fix and Flip vs. Renting Out a Property: What Is the Better Option?


There are two leading strategies for the average investor to actively create real estate income: buying rental properties or fixing up houses to sell. In today’s market, either strategy can be a good investment for property owners, though each one comes with different risks and benefits. The real question is not which is the better […]

A Guide to Handling Rental Property Chimney Maintenance


When it comes to maintaining a rental property, there are several aspects that you may not even consider–including chimney maintenance. If you have one, regular maintenance and chimney inspections are crucial to keeping rental properties safe. Whether you’re a tenant or a property owner, knowing how to care for a chimney or fireplace is essential. […]

Investing in Affordable Housing: Challenges and Rewards


Investing in affordable housing can be a great way for investors to earn passive income while providing a reasonable place to stay for those with lower incomes. However, while there are several upsides to this investment strategy, it’s important to recognize the challenges and understand how it works. Today, we’ll go over why we need […]

How to Save Money on Utilities in Your Rental Property


One of the significant expenses of any household is utilities. After all, everyone needs water, heat, and electricity to live a comfortable life at home. However, adding up all the utility costs of a rental home can become quite overwhelming. As such, landlords and tenants should learn how to use less of these resources and […]

7 Tactics for a Better Tenant Retention Rate and Fewer Turnovers

All landlords aim to keep high-quality tenants in their rentals to minimize vacancies. However, you won’t always find the perfect tenants to stay in your properties long-term. That said, one of the most expensive parts of owning a rental business is tenant turnover. Therefore, landlords work hard to increase their tenant retention rate. If you’re […]

How to Build an Effective At-Home Workout with Everyday Items

Since the start of the pandemic, more and more people have started working out at home instead of in a gym. Not only is it more sanitary, but it’s much more convenient, especially for tenants with busy schedules. That said, you don’t need expensive equipment to get a good workout in. In fact, using items […]