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Category Archives: Renting a Home in Maryland

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 […]

When to Hire an Accountant to Handle Your Rental Property Taxes

When to Hire an Accountant to Handle Your Rental Property Taxes

Owning a rental property can be stressful, especially during tax time. A rental owner’s countless tasks and responsibilities near tax time can get extremely overwhelming. That said, many rental homeowners prefer to hire a professional accountant rather than file taxes themselves. However, it’s still good for investors to evaluate finances and plan for tax season. […]

Post-COVID Evictions: Can Landlords Evict Tenants?

Post-COVID Evictions Can Landlords Evict Tenants in Baltimore County

Can Landlords Evict Tenants in Maryland? If you’re not a landlord or you’ve never lived in a rental property before, perhaps you don’t know what an eviction is. An eviction is the removal process of a tenant from a rental property. Evictions are legal processes filed by landlords and can occur for various reasons. So […]

Low-Income Housing Investments and Tax Credits Guide for Investors

Low-Income Housing Investments and Tax Credits Guide for Investors

What are Low-Income Housing Investments? While most real estate investors look for “nice” properties to invest in, some opt for low-income housing investments instead. As a result, investors can purchase affordable housing properties and create living solutions for families while also making a generous profit.  If you are curious about affordable housing investments and how […]

How to Recognize and Report Landlord Negligence

How to Recognize and Report Landlord Negligence

When renting an apartment or home, many things require you to work with your landlord—for example, paying rent each month, submitting maintenance requests, and taking care of emergency issues that arise within your rental. Unfortunately, if you are dealing with a bad landlord, it can make these things extremely difficult to do. That said, if […]

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, […]