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Category Archives: Property Management in Maryland

10 Questions to Answer Before Your Tenant Asks

Entering into a lease agreement with a tenant is not something to take lightly. Lease agreements are legally binding contracts, holding both tenant and landlord to any and all conditions of tenancy once signed, so as long as they do not conflict with any state or local laws. As a landlord, it is your responsibility […]

Going Green: Reducing Your Rental Property’s Impact

“Going green” is not just a fad these days. It’s a real and conscious effort by a large group of people that hope to better the environment we live in by conserving the Earth’s precious resources. More so, the idea that only homeowners can go green is fading as tenants of rental properties, landlords, and […]

How Can I Painlessly (and Legally) Raise the Rent?

As a landlord, you undoubtedly already know that high tenant turnover can be costly. It’s much easier and cost-effective to retain good tenants than it is to advertise your property and try to find new ones. But what happens when you need to raise the rent? Whether you want to do it because of property […]

6 Security Deposit Best Practices You Should Be Using As A Landlord

As a Maryland landlord, you can’t just “wing it” when it comes to handling security deposits. You have to follow specific procedures and adhere to Maryland laws (whether you’re in Prince George’s County or elsewhere in Maryland). Otherwise, you could end up in court and/or owe your tenants a lot of money! To help you […]

The Landlord’s Guide to Dealing with and Preventing Costly No-Shows

If you have a lot of experience renting out properties, you’ve likely dealt with many no-shows. You know how it goes – you take valuable time out of your day, drive out to your property, and prepare mentally to walk a tenant through what could be their future home. But then, no one ever shows […]

7 Notices You Might Use as a Maryland Landlord

As a landlord in Howard County and throughout Maryland, your job is rarely hands-off. You have to interact with your tenants for a variety of reasons. Luckily, there’s an efficient and legal way to do this: notices. Notices are legal forms used by landlords and property managers to communicate intentions for the property or to […]

7 Tips for Planning and Taking a Relaxing Vacation as a Landlord

Many full time jobs allow employees to take a couple of weeks every year for vacation. Unfortunately, landlords often don’t have that luxury because taking care of tenants and properties requires 24/7 availability. Because of this, landlords often completely avoid taking vacations, which can cause burnout and frustration. While you might think working all of […]

The Maryland Landlord’s Guide to Renting to College Students

If you’re like many Prince George’s County landlords, you might worry that renting to college students will mean dealing with constant partying in your property, unwanted long-term guests, and costly damages. That may be true sometimes, but what you may not realize is that renting to students can be very lucrative, if done correctly. Whether […]

The 5 Best Ways to Reduce Tenant Turnover

The worst thing for any landlord is having a vacant property. Not only does vacancy mean no money is coming in, but landlords also have to invest time and money in finding new tenants. The strongest rental businesses have low turnover among their tenants. This keeps their cash flow steady and reduces costs. But many […]

Rental Property Flooring Options

One of the most important amenities you can offer your Baltimore County tenants is high-quality flooring. There are many options to choose from and depending on your specific needs you might choose one or several available options. Becoming knowledgeable about the different types of flooring you can choose to place in your rental will help […]