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Category Archives: Property Management in Maryland

Section 8 Tenants: Legal Aspects you Need to Know

Section 8 Rental Housing Vouchers

Landlords have many questions about their rights surrounding Section 8 requirements and restrictions. Can landlords refuse to rent to a voucher holder? No. In Baltimore City, landlords cannot refuse a tenant based on them having a housing voucher. Additionally, Fair Housing Law protects Baltimore City residents from discrimination based on the source of income, which […]

3 Methods of Communicating with Your Tenants – Which is Best?

Nowadays technology has made communicating with people a cinch.  Contacting friends, family, employees, and even customers has never been easier.  And the same holds true for your Rockville tenants. With so many different ways of communicating with your tenants, issues can be resolved quickly and effortlessly.  Utilizing the different methods of communication, you can achieve […]

Should You Allow E-Cigarettes in Your Non-Smoking Property?

As of now, there are over 2.5 million electronic cigarette users in the United States.  And while e-cigarettes are still a relatively new trend in America, the truth is that it is gaining in popularity. Deciding whether the use of e-cigarettes constitutes “smoking” and whether they should ultimately be allowed in your non-smoking property is […]

Should I Accept Housing Vouchers in Baltimore County?

housing voucher baltimore county

A question many Baltimore County landlords struggle with is whether to accept housing vouchers or not. At the end of the day, it can be beneficial for a few reasons. Should you accept vouchers? That depends on what you think after running the pros and cons. Learn more about what renting to section 8 means, […]

What Does a Property Manager Do?

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A Property Manager is different than a landlord. Typically, a landlord makes money from rent and is the property owner. Some landlords do manage their properties as well, but that takes education and experience. In simple terms, a property manager protects your rental investment and provides services to ensure a steady rental income, keep residents […]

10 Words To Avoid Using In Your Rental Property Listing

  Facing the fact that your Anne Arundel rental property has recently become vacant is never fun. However, vacancies are a part of being in the rental property business and must be dealt with swiftly. Crafting the perfect rental property listing is the first step to overcoming vacancy. We have previously discussed on our blog […]

Do I Have to Pay April’s Rent in Maryland?

Pay April Rent Maryland COVID-19

Do I have to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic? If you’ve been wondering, “Do I have to pay April Rent in Maryland during the Coronavirus?” then you might want to have all of the facts before making a decision. COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is dangerous and scary for many reasons apart from the health aspects. Not […]

Bay Property Management Group Maryland – Response to COVID-19

Property Management COVID-19

As the world continues to struggle with COVID-19 and the rapid spread of this virus, we as a company have had to adapt. However, we have done so in a way that keeps both our employees and tenants safe and still allowing for our services to continue. Our business is essential which means we will […]

How to Create the Perfect Welcome Package for Your New Tenant

Making a good first impression is one of the best ways to foster a healthy tenant/landlord relationship. As a landlord, consistently building upon these relationships helps keep tenants happy and in your property for the long haul. This is important since losing a tenant can be costly for your rental property business. So, how can a property owner start […]

Common Eviction Mistakes Maryland Landlords Make

No landlord wants to deal with the inevitable cost and hassle that comes with eviction. However, it is sometimes necessary as a legal means for removing a problem tenant. As frustrating as the situation may be, landlords cannot resort to their own means of eviction. In fact, state laws are stringent regarding evicting a tenant, […]