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Category Archives: Renting a Home in Maryland

The Landlord’s Guide to Subleasing Rental Properties

In the past, we have discussed ways to protect your rental investments from tenants who use your rental property on marketplaces such as Airbnb as a way to sublet your home. But have you put any thought into general subleasing options and how that may affect your rental property business? Today we will look at what exactly subleasing a […]

4 Rental Inspection Types Every Landlords Should Conduct

In order to sustain a long-lasting rental property that will create positive cash flow, you must maintain your property on a consistent basis. No matter how thoroughly you screen your tenants, what kind of background checks you perform, how timely their rent payments are, or how highly recommended they come from previous landlords, the truth is […]

Using Rental Properties to Fund Retirement Is Not For Everyone

Using your Baltimore County rental properties to fund the golden years of retirement is a great idea, especially if you don’t have a pension.  Rental properties can provide monthly cash flow, are protected from inflation, and usually appreciate over the long term. You rental properties can often allow you to lead the life of retirement […]

Renting Your Home So You Can Pay Your Mortgage

Mortgage delinquencies in America seem to be on a sharp decline as people climb out of debt and put a little more into their savings accounts. This, paired with the improving job market and stricter loan application processes, has allowed more homeowners to remain in their homes at an affordable rate.  This is especially true […]