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Category Archives: Property Management in Manassas

How Long Does It Take to Get Approved for an Apartment?

If you’ve never applied for rental housing before, you may not know how the process works or how long it should take to get approved. Usually, it’s pretty straightforward. However, the process may differ a bit depending on your landlord or the property management company you’re working with. Today, we’ll go over how to apply, […]

Importance of Regular Foundation Inspections in Rentals


When it comes to the foundation of your property, it may be out of sight, out of mind. However, neglecting the foundation of your property can cause major structural damage to your home. Knowing when to inspect the foundation of your property, what to look for, and why they’re so important can help you avoid […]

What Happens if You Want to Break Your Lease?


Lease agreements are legally binding contracts between landlords and tenants, typically lasting anywhere from six to twelve months, depending on the agreed-upon terms. This means a tenant is legally responsible for living in and caring for their rental property for the entire lease duration. However, that’s not realistic for all tenants. Sometimes, situations arise where […]

Holiday Decorating Tips for Renters: Preparing for the Holidays

The holidays are right around the corner, which means many are preparing and getting into the spirit by decorating their homes. However, what if you live in a rental? Well, that shouldn’t stop you from celebrating the holidays with festive home decor. Today, we’ll go over fun ideas and holiday decorating tips for renters. Check […]

Navigating Rental Property Taxes in Baltimore: Tips for Landlords


If you own rental properties in Baltimore, it’s essential to understand how real estate taxes work. Additionally, knowing what steps to take to ensure a smooth filing process for your rental business is important. Today, we’ll go over the importance of understanding how taxes work, the steps to file rental property taxes, and standard deductions […]

Evaluating Tenant Applications: Red Flags to Watch For


Investing in rental properties can be rewarding and a great way to build wealth. However, it’s not as simple as buying properties and placing tenants in them. Instead, you’ll want to choose high-quality tenants to live in your property. As such, landlords and property managers should look into prospective tenants’ backgrounds and learn more about […]

A Guide to Building and Managing a Vendor Network


Landlords take on a lot of responsibility while owning and managing rental properties. After all, property management goes far beyond just working with tenants. You also have to ensure each property is up-to-date and well-maintained. Building and managing a vendor network for your properties is an excellent strategy if you want to stay up to […]

5 Things Landlords Should Know About Renting to Roommates


The average rental rates continue to rise nationwide, and the percentage of people living with someone other than their spouse or partner also continues to increase. As such, it is important for property owners to understand what it means to lease their rental property to roommates. Today, we will discuss five crucial things landlords should […]

What Is Security Deposit Insurance and Is it Worth It?


As a landlord, it’s essential to protect yourself at all costs. Therefore, most landlords require a security deposit and the first month’s rent while signing a lease with a new tenant. However, there are other solutions to help protect your property and your finances. For instance, you may consider requiring security deposit insurance. In today’s […]

How to Break Your Lease: A Guide for Tenants


When you sign a lease agreement, you’re usually obligated to live at a rental for a certain amount of time. However, it’s not uncommon for plans to change or events to pop up that may affect your ability to stay for the duration of the lease. For example, you may want to break your lease […]