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Category Archives: Tips for Property Managers

8 Property Amenities That Will Draw Top Quality Renters in Baltimore County

Having a hard time finding top quality tenants to live in your property? Whether your property is located in Towson, Catonsville, Dundalk, or another city around Baltimore County, you might be dealing with this issue due to a lack of attractive amenities. Let’s face it – the best renters don’t want to live in just […]

Best Resources for Maryland Landlords

Sometimes being a landlord can feel a little like flying blind in a snowstorm on your first solo flight. Fortunately, there are a variety of tools and resources that help you get your bearings, plot your course, and make sure you land safely. Keep in mind that while all of the resources in this article […]

9 Ways to Be a Good Landlord to Your Tenant

You don’t have to do much searching online to find horror stories about overbearing, unfair landlords and how they mistreat their tenants. It’s a common problem and many landlords act that way as a result of constantly dealing with difficult tenants, tenants who never pay rent on time, and tenants who damage their property. Being […]

4 Cheap Investments to Improve Your Maryland Rental

With Montgomery County rentals becoming increasingly competitive, you need to find ways to make your property standout without losing your shirt. Many property improvements are too complex or expensive to complete between renters. The key is to invest in improvements that are simple and have a high return on investment.

How to Get Your Tenants to Pay Rent on Time

Dealing with late rent payments can be frustrating and costly for landlords, especially when it’s a recurring problem. Late rent payments can even lead to bigger hassles, like having to go through the Maryland eviction process. That’s the last thing you want to deal with as a landlord! If you’re getting late rent payments from […]

9 Red Flags to Watch Out For in Potential Tenants

Choosing a tenant to live in your property can be an exciting but nerve-wracking experience. Whether your property is located in Towson, Rosedale, Lutherville, or somewhere else in Baltimore County, choosing the wrong tenant means you could end up with costly damage, a more stressful job, late rent payments, or worse! So, instead of jumping […]

9 Tips for Getting and Keeping Happy Tenants in Prince George’s County

As a Maryland landlord, you probably already know that keeping a good tenant around is a lot less stressful and cheaper than having to find a new one. However, finding and retaining high-quality tenants can be a challenge, even if you have a lot of experience with Prince George’s County property management. Not to worry […]

9 Tips for Building Healthy Tenant/Landlord Relationships

9 Tips for Building Healthy Tenant/Landlord Relationships

Being a successful Maryland landlord involves so much more than simply collecting a rent check. You’ve got to advertise, show your properties, review applications, keep track of paperwork and more. But you can’t just be concerned with the business side of being a landlord – to achieve success with property management in areas like Anne […]

Should You Rent to a Self-Employed Tenant?

Should You Rent to a Self-Employed Tenant?

The decision to approve a self-employed tenant to rent your home is often a tricky one. Some landlords get nervous when they hear the words “self-employed” or “freelancer”. The truth is, there are great income opportunities for those seeking the self-employed route, but for landlords this often means there is no employer reference, no stable […]

What Happens When Your Tenant Files Bankruptcy in Maryland?

What Happens When Your Tenant Files Bankruptcy in Maryland?

One of the risks of being a landlord is having tenants who don’t pay their rent.   But, when a tenant files for bankruptcy it creates a different set of issues. Bankruptcy can disrupt everything from collection efforts to the ability to evict a delinquent tenant. However, it is possible for a landlord-tenant relationship to […]