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

10 Reasons You Need to Hire a Property Manager for Your Maryland Property

Are you starting to think you might need a property manager to handle your Maryland rental property? Owning an investment rental property can be a very rewarding experience, but it can also be tough work at times! There are several pros and cons to working without the help of a property management firm, but it’s […]

Should You Offer Move-In Specials to Entice Tenants to Your Annapolis Rental Property?

Spring rental season is upon us, and vacant rentals are flying off the market, so it’s tough to stay ahead of the competition in Annapolis. Being the capital of Maryland, it’s home to the United States Naval Academy, and there is an abundance of tenants looking for a great place to live. So, how do […]

Paint Tips for Your Maryland Rental Property

There’s nothing worse than taking a potential tenant on a tour of a property with smudged and marked up paint. A fresh paint job gives a great first impression of the property and creates a nice clean look for potential tenants that are having their first walkthrough. The bottom line is fresh paint appeals to […]

Why Bowie Was Rated One of the Safest Cities in America and What This Means for Your PG County Rental Property

Recently, security system guru SafeHome.org released its annual rankings of the top 101 safest cities in the United States. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the city of Bowie in Prince George’s County (PG County) was included on the list and ranked at number 68. The list aims to provide homeowners interested in home security and prospective homebuyers with […]

The Key to Great Service in Property Management

Customer service is one of the most important aspects of running any business. If customers do not feel their needs have been taken care of or their concerns heard after a service or sale, the business is not likely to see returning customers. Similarly, if customers are not able to access solutions to problems or […]

How to Set a Rental Price for Your Vacant Prince George’s County Rental Property

Setting a rental price for your Prince George’s County rental property can be a difficult and challenging task. You have a mortgage to cover, plus additional maintenance expenses necessary for proper upkeep. But, you need to consider many other factors before you set your rental price. In fact, Bay Property Management Group recommends that you […]

Finding a Tenant for Your MD Rental Property in the Offseason

October typically signals the beginning of the offseason for rental property owners. Not many people are willing to move during the colder weather, so Maryland rental property owners often have trouble finding tenants in the winter months. Traditional marketing and advertising methods may be effective, but MD property owners will likely notice fewer leads and […]

Navigating the Rental License Process for Your HOCO and MOCO Rental Properties

Rental property ownership in Montgomery County (MOCO) and Howard County (HOCO), Maryland requires special rental licensing and registration. Each county has specific rental license requirements and processes according to the type of property you own (single family vs. multi-family). As the property owner, it’s your responsibility to successfully navigate the rental license process before welcoming […]

5 Ways a Property Management Company Saves You Time And Money

Self-managing your Laurel rental property may sound like a good idea initially. However, what you may not realize when you get into the rental property business is how much work is involved, and how much money needs to go into properly managing every aspect of your tenant’s stay in your investment property. Not understanding the […]

What to Do When It’s Time to Renew Your Bowie Tenant’s Lease

Though there are always exceptions, your typical lease agreement will probably last for one year. After that, you and your tenants will have the choice to sign a new lease agreement for another lease term. If you have high quality tenants living in your rental property, and you seek to build a successful rental property […]