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Category Archives: Property Management in Anne Arundel County, MD

Safe Grilling This 4th of July

Safe Grilling This 4th of July

This coming Saturday many Americans will join together with friends and family to barbeque and rejoice in the freedom that defines us as a country.   Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, marks a historical time whereby our Nation declared its freedom from British rule and asserted its independence. Maryland was one […]

The Importance of Renter’s Insurance

The Importance of Renter’s Insurance

No one likes to buy insurance.   You pay month in and month out hoping you never need to actually use the insurance but resent the fact that you pay for it anyways. Some insurance, like auto insurance, is required by law in most states. So we pay our dues (in the form of insurance […]

6 Reasons to Fire Your Property Manager

6 Reasons to Fire Your Property Manager

  Whether you have a small operation with a single property manager handling your rentals in Maryland, you do it alone, or you use a property management group, there may come a time when you need to change your management approach. Maybe you don’t have enough free time to keep up with the responsibilities, or […]

How to Interview Tenant References

How to Interview Tenant References

How useful are tenant references & which ones should you request from prospective renters?   Whether you are managing properties in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, or anywhere else in Maryland, screening potential tenants can be a time-intensive process. Nonetheless, it is absolutely necessary. Requiring references on rental applications allows you to verify information and […]

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

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

Find Bigger Profits Contrasting House Flipping and Rental Properties in Anne Arundel County There are two leading strategies for the average Marylander 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 […]