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Category Archives: Property Management in Prince George’s County, MD

Rental Property Compliance Requirements for DC Landlords

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Every landlord must follow certain rental property laws, and they differ depending on which state and city they’re in. As you can imagine, rental property compliance is essential in running a successful rental business. However, it all depends on the location of your rental property and local ordinances in that area. So, if you’re wondering […]

Tips for Pricing Your Rental Property in a Competitive Market

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Setting the right price for your rental property is a massive part of running a successful rental business. However, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Pricing a rental property fairly takes time, research, and resources. After all, you don’t want to miss out on profits by either setting your rent too low or too […]

Real Estate 101: How to Analyze Investment Properties

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Investing in real estate is a great way to earn income and create long-term wealth. However, it’s crucial to understand the key factors of analyzing an investment property to maximize your investment’s potential. After all, investing in real estate is a significant financial decision, and you must be wise to be successful. Today we will […]

Employee Spotlight – Kimmarie Spriggs, Leasing Agent, BMG Laurel

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  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 […]

Bedbugs! How to Prevent & Treat Bedbugs in Your Rental Property

Treating and Preventing Bedbugs in Your Maryland Rental Property

Nobody wants to deal with the hassle of removing bedbugs, especially in a rental property. However, bedbugs can easily make their way into your rental home without you even knowing it. Whether they come from someone’s clothes, luggage, or bedding, they can quickly become a nuisance and must be removed immediately. So, let’s go over […]

How to Write the Perfect Tenant Welcome Letter for Your Rental

How to Write the Perfect Tenant Welcome Letter for Your Rental

Making the right first impression is essential for both tenants and landlords. Therefore, as a property owner, providing new residents with a Tenant Welcome Letter is crucial in the rental process. Welcome letters greet residents while also providing them with vital information and policies. The move-in process can be a hectic and stressful time, so […]

Top 15 Tenant Screening Questions Every Landlord Should Ask

Top 15 Tenant Screening Questions Every Landlord Should Ask

The rental application and subsequent tenant screening questions are a landlord’s first defense against troublesome tenants. That said, many landlords do not know what they can or what they should ask to secure the best occupant. After all, landlords must be mindful not to violate any Fair Housing Laws with their screening criteria. So, join […]

Top 10 Tips for First-Time Renters Looking to Move Out

Top 10 Tips for First-Time Renters Looking to Move Out

Moving into your first apartment is an exciting and potentially stressful time. While the freedom of finally having your own space is fantastic, it also means taking on new responsibilities. Leasing an apartment involves legally binding contracts, inspections, and a large financial commitment. Therefore, first-time renters need to do their homework and thoroughly understand the […]

A Return to In-Person Learning in Prince George’s County

A Return to In-Person Learning in Prince George's County

For students in Prince George’s County and across Maryland, the first day of the 2021-22 school year is approaching quickly. Prince George’s County recently announced its plan to return to in-person learning ahead of a September 8th start date. After a year of virtual classes, students, teachers, and parents will have to readjust to schedules, […]

How To Handle a Tenant Who Skipped Out On a Lease

Ideally, when a tenant decides to move on, they provide the landlord with ample notice per the terms of their lease. However, owning and managing a rental property is not always so simple. Occasionally a tenant may break the lease or abandon the property with no evidence of an intent to return. So, while it […]