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Category Archives: Property Management in Henrico County

Post COVID Evictions: Landlord’s Guide to Moving Forward

A Landlord's Guide to COVID Eviction Guidelines Moving Forward

Can landlords evict a non-paying tenant? This continues to be the question on millions of tenant’s and landlord’s minds across the country. Unfortunately, however, many landlords were left confused and frustrated by the changing, and sometimes contradictory, federal and state guidelines throughout the pandemic. In addition, emergency relief programs have struggled to get desperately needed […]

Are You Ruining Your Business by Being a Bad Rental Property Landlord?

Are You Ruining Your Business by Being a Bad Rental Property Landlord?

Being a successful rental property landlord can be rewarding but is not always easy. Unfortunately, for every great landlord, there are a few bad ones. Do you know what kind of landlord you are? Becoming successful in such a competitive industry demands landlords be at the top of their game with a commitment to maintaining […]

Top Real Estate Investment Tools for Rental Landlords in 2021

Top Real Estate Investment Tools for Rental Landlords in 2021

So many opinions on how to be a successful real estate investor can be overwhelming to new owners. In 2021, investors looking to diversify their current portfolio or take advantage of passive income opportunities turn to real estate. Thanks to developing technology and professional management firms, it is now easier than ever to efficiently manage […]

Landlord’s Guide to Furnished vs. Unfurnished Apartments

Landlord Guide to Furnished vs. Unfurnished Apartments

The short- and long-term rental markets continue to be a booming industry with plenty of opportunities for savvy investors. However, when it comes to making your rental stand out, many owners are left wondering – to furnish or not to furnish?  When it comes to deciding between furnished vs. unfurnished units, weighing the pros and […]

Landlord’s Guide to Lead Paint Laws and Avoiding Costly Liability

Landlord's Guide to Lead Paint Laws and Avoiding Costly Liability

The use of lead-based paint in residential housing has been illegal since 1978. Then, in 1992, federal and state governments created laws that aim to protect tenants against the potential health risks of lead paint. This is known as The Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Act. That said, enacting lead paint laws does not mean it […]

Spring Activities for the Whole Family in Richmond, Virginia

Spring Activities for the Whole Family in Richmond, Virginia

Cities and towns across our nation are finally trying to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. With that, Spring welcomes the return of many community events, cultural attractions, and fun family activities. Even with continued social distance modifications and required face masks, individuals are ready to head back out and enjoy the chance to return […]

9 Cost-Effective Ways to Make Your Rental Property Feel Like Home

9 Cost-Effective Ways to Make Your Rental Property Feel Like Home

How to Improve the Quality of Baltimore County Rental Properties on a Budget Easy, short-term investments can radically improve your return on investment (ROI). Many property owners in Maryland may be reluctant to spend thousands of dollars on improvements, but if it leads to increased rent, the expense may be worthwhile. In addition, making the […]