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Category Archives: Renting a Home in Maryland

Federal and State Eviction Assistance – What’s the Hold Up?

Federal and State Eviction Assistance - What's the Hold Up?

The COVID pandemic and resulting eviction moratoriums changed the dynamic between many tenants and landlords. While restrictions ramped up, the government stepped in to provide emergency relief to those facing financial hardship due to COVID. Both the CARES Act and American Rescue Plan Act promised crucial funding, but so far, only a tiny fraction has […]

Fall Landscaping Tips for Tenants to Help Protect Your Rental this Winter

Fall Landscaping Tips for Tenants to Help Protect Your Rental this Winter

As the weather and leaves begin to turn this Fall, not everyone immediately thinks of landscaping opportunities. But in fact, the Fall is the ideal time to complete essential outdoor maintenance to ensure your rental property stays protected and beautiful all year long. While the property owner should complete major tasks, there are several things […]

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 […]

Changing Notice to Vacate Requirements for Maryland Tenants

Changing Notice to Vacate Requirements for Maryland Tenants

Whether it is a change in job, change in circumstance, or just the desire for new surroundings – there are many reasons why people move. That said, for tenants in a rental property, moving is not as simple as picking up and getting out. In fact, each lease agreement will have specific requirements for providing […]

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, […]

Mark Your Calendar: Summer Activities in Baltimore County

Mark Your Calendar for These Summer Activities in Baltimore County

The weather is heating up, COVID restrictions are easing, and summer fun is back in Baltimore County. Whether you hope to see your favorite band or find activities for the whole family, the coming months have plenty to offer. So, to help fill your calendar, check out this list of summer activities in Baltimore below. […]

A Tenant’s Guide to the Rental Application Process

A Tenant's Guide to the Rental Application Process

Apart from the lease, a rental application is the most important document in the rental process. For tenants, having the required documents at the ready will help you jump on great listings in a competitive market. After all, having your first choice property swept out from under you is an awful experience. So, to boost […]

What is the Status of Eviction Moratoriums in Baltimore City?

What is the Status of Eviction Moratoriums in Baltimore City?

As more and more Baltimore residents receive the COVID-19 vaccine, the hope is that life may soon return to normal. That said, anyone involved in the rental industry will likely feel the pandemic’s effects long after it is gone. Many tenants in Baltimore City have lost hours or employment altogether, making it difficult to make […]

The Pros and Cons of Collecting Last Month’s Rent

Choosing the perfect tenant for your rental property is just one of the many decisions landlords must make before the move in. Most property owners are familiar with charging new tenants the first month’s rent and a security deposit. However, the question remains – should you collect last month’s rent as well? This is something […]

How to Choose the Right Bank for Your Rental Property Business

Choosing a bank that has the right services for your rental property business needs involves careful consideration.  After all, you do not want to entrust your money to a bank  led by someone such as William R. Beamon. Beamon swindled more than $20,000 in rent payments and security deposits from unknowing tenants. To top it all […]