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Category Archives: Property Management in Leesburg

Employee Spotlight – Olga Torrefiel, BMG Property Manager


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. […]

Rental Marketing Strategies to Help Reduce Vacancy

A rental property is only successful if a paying tenant occupies it consistently. Therefore, effective rental property marketing, along with thorough tenant screening, is vital. After all, every unoccupied day chips away at an owner’s overall profits. So, learning how to prepare for and manage vacancies should be a priority for landlords. Continue reading below […]

Strategies for Dealing With Late Rent Payments


Owning successful rental properties requires finding tenants who pay rent on time. After all, consistently late rent payments can put a dent in your rental income, affecting your entire rental business. As such, it’s of utmost importance for landlords and property managers to find qualified tenants and have rent payment policies in place. However, unfortunately, […]

What to Do If You’re Being Evicted: A Guide for Tenants

Facing eviction can be overwhelming and stressful. Additionally, having an eviction on your record can affect your ability to obtain rental housing in the future. As such, it’s crucial to follow lease rules, pay rent on time, and maintain your rental to avoid potential issues with your landlord. However, it’s still important to know what […]

June is National Homeownership Month: Learn About the History


June is National Homeownership Month! This month, we celebrate the value of owning a home and the benefits it presents to individuals and communities across America. Owning a home can help build wealth and set yourself up for a better future, and it’s a great way to become more invested in your community. However, we […]

How to Handle Breach of Quiet Enjoyment Complaints in Your Rental


How many of us have ever had to deal with an incessantly noisy neighbor or other disruptive circumstances? It happens, and when it does, it creates a sometimes hostile but always unenjoyable experience. For landlords, handling complaints from tenants may bring up the phrase “covenant of quiet enjoyment.” Although it may sound obscure, this legal […]

Should You Consider a Rent-To-Own Property Agreement?


There are several ways to find housing opportunities, whether you’re looking to buy, rent, or even rent-to-own. After all, getting a mortgage and financing a home these days can be difficult. As such, some potential home seekers choose to explore a rent-to-own agreement. Read along as we discuss what rent-to-own means, how it works, and […]

Frequently Asked Questions by Tenants: How to Answer Them


Being a landlord or property manager is a large job. Aside from maintaining properties, you should strive to maintain a good relationship with each tenant. One way to start off a landlord-tenant relationship strong is by answering any questions they have about a rental property or the application process. As such, today, we’ll go over […]

Should You Sell Your Investment Before Retirement?


The decision of whether to sell your investment before retirement or not sits at the front of many investors’ minds. For instance, you can earn a massive profit when you sell and let go of the responsibility of managing a rental. But on the other hand, you’re giving up rental income and paying significant capital […]

How Landlords Can Handle Reasonable Accommodation Requests

Owning rental properties comes with many responsibilities, including legal obligations and compliance. One crucial topic for all landlords to become familiar with is reasonable accommodation requests. For individuals with disabilities, it may be necessary to make reasonable accommodations for them to live in your rental. If you’re unfamiliar with reasonable accommodations or want to learn […]