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Category Archives: Property Management in Washington, D.C.

Six Must-Have Contractors All Washington, D.C. Landlords Need on Their Speed Dial

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Owning rental properties often involves challenges that go beyond those of simply owning a home. Other people are living in that property, and damages are likely to be beyond your control. As a landlord, you are responsible for seeing that all maintenance requirements and repairs are resolved fully and promptly. There will be some basic […]

When Can My Washington, D.C. Landlord Make Deductions From my Security Deposit?

Most renters have had their security deposit deducted, even when they are positive that they have done everything their landlord required. A recent Rent.com survey explains that one out of four renters failed to have their security deposit returned when they fully expected to. You may wonder how this happens and how it can be […]

How to Avoid Online Rental Scams in Washington D.C.

The Washington D.C. rental market has exploded in recent years and finding high-quality rental properties at reasonable rates is very difficult right now. Unfortunately, rental scammers in D.C. are taking advantage of the incredible demand for rental housing and duping unwary victims by luring them with the promise of affordable apartments in D.C. and then […]

How To Host Your First Thanksgiving In Your New Washington D.C. Apartment

The holidays are fast approaching, and you may already be planning your upcoming holiday parties. Hosting Thanksgiving in your new Washington D.C. apartment may seem a little daunting because of space constraints, but don’t fret. Living in small spaces may require some planning and creative thinking, but hosting parties in an apartment is doable with […]

Spring Cleaning is Out! Check Out Our Fall Cleaning Checklist for Washington D.C. Renters

Fall is officially here! With cold, wet weather setting in, you will likely be spending more time doing indoor activities. So as the leaves begin to fall, the ground starts to freeze, and you start hunkering down inside, you may want to start thinking about tidying up your rental. While spring might get all the […]

6 Reasons Not to Invest in Rental Properties with Family