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

Washington DC Rental Rates Rising as Students Scramble for Housing

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Finding affordable housing is difficult for most renters, especially if you live in a college town. Unfortunately, rates are so high right now that many college students aren’t sure how they will afford to live near campus. That said, let’s go over rising rental rates in Washington DC and how students can find reasonable housing […]

Maryland’s ‘Repair and Deduct’ Laws – Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

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Maryland is one of the dozens of states that have what is commonly known as a “repair and deduct” law on the books. Designed to protect tenants against negligent landlords, this law includes strict guidelines that dictate what types of repairs a property owner is responsible for. It also includes the steps tenants can take […]

How to Take Real Estate Photos and Get Your Listing Noticed

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Taking pictures of your rental properties seems like a simple concept. However, property owners need to put in time and effort to get high-quality photos. In addition, if you want to get your rental listings noticed, it’s crucial to give tenants a realistic idea of your property and showcase your best amenities. So, if you […]

How to Successfully Invest in Multi-Family Real Estate

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As we approach 2023, many investors are looking for smart investment strategies. Whether you want to expand your investment portfolio or jump into real estate investing, multifamily housing can be an excellent option. After all, small multifamily homes are highly profitable and a great choice for investors looking for large profit margins. So, if you […]

Landlord’s Guide to After-Hours Rental Property Emergency Maintenance

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Landlords in the industry know that property management is not a standard 9 to 5 job. Maintenance is a task that requires a significant amount of time and coordination. But, how do landlords handle rental property emergency maintenance after hours? No one wants to get that call; however, it is essential to quickly and efficiently […]

5 Reasons Why Your Tenant Can (Rightfully) Sue You

Top 5 Reasons Tenants Sue Rental agreements are legally binding contractual “agreements” between two parties, the landlord and tenant. That said, landlords should be aware that while many laws are protecting the rights of property owners, tenants also have rights. These tenant rights protect renters against overbearing or illegal landlord actions. Therefore, understanding the reasons […]

The New Normal – A Property Managers Guide to Remote Operations

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Remote operations have become more prevalent throughout the property management industry. Many businesses forced into remote work environments due to the COVID-19 pandemic are now realizing how beneficial it can be. In fact, remote operations equal opportunity! Read on as we discuss how companies are adapting processes to working remotely, added benefits, plus how to […]

Certificate of Occupancy Checklist: Understanding the Basics

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Becoming a landlord isn’t as easy as buying and renting a home. In order to rent out a home as part of your rental business, you must obtain the correct licensing and meet the requirements. One essential part of owning a rental business is getting a certificate of occupancy. Read along as we discuss what […]

7 Practical Tips for Landlords Dealing with Terrible Tenants

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Terrible tenants can make your job as a landlord tough. Some of them pay rent late every month, while others are careless and damage your property. Most property owners face the hassle of dealing with difficult tenants at some point, and it is not easy. Fortunately, we have put together a list of types of […]

2022 Real Estate Market: What US Renters Can Expect for Under $2,000

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Home and rent prices continue to rise as the year continues. With high inflation and increasing rent prices, the 2022 real estate market makes it difficult to find reasonable housing. As such, tenants must do research and shop smart while looking for a new rental home. If you want to know what you can get […]