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Creating a Roommate Agreement – A Guide for Tenants

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Whether you’re moving to a new city for school or want a chance to start over in a new town, finding a roommate or two has its perks. Finding a trusted roommate can help you become familiar with your new city while saving money on rent and utilities. If you’re wondering about the benefits of […]

Handling a Tenant Death & A Deceased Tenants Belongings

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Dealing with death is tough in any aspect, especially when it affects your business. If a tenant passes away unexpectedly while living in your rental property, it can be a confusing process to navigate. For example, you may not know what to do with a deceased tenant’s belongings, how to end the lease agreement, and […]

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 […]

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. […]

Employee Spotlight – Megan Schofield, Property Manager

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At Bay Property Management Group, we are property management professionals focused on customer service. Furthermore, our goal is to make property ownership both a pleasurable and profitable experience for our clients. We know that our success is due to our awesome team members and how they contribute something special to our property management company. Therefore, […]

Landlord’s Guide to COVID Evictions

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  The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic still weigh heavily on landlords’ minds and wallets across the country. Here in Maryland, as courts resume activity, keeping up with the many changes is not easy. Landlords seeking an eviction may find themselves easily overwhelmed by additional paperwork needed, eligibility concerns, and changing filing dates. Below we […]

Why Baltimore County Renters are Attracted to Perry Hall?

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Baltimore County is full of charming and welcoming communities. If you’re looking for a suburban retreat from the bustle of city life, look no further than Perry Hall. Read on to discover why this spot might be perfect for you below. Whether you are looking for a rental home or need help managing a portfolio […]

4 Renovations To Keep Your Tenants Happy & Complaint-Free

Keeping your tenants happy is the best way to continue collecting a consistent stream of rental income, prevent an unnecessary vacancy, and of course, build your Owings Mills rental property business into one that is reputable and successful. That said, how you keep your tenants happy can be challenging at times. There are so many […]

5 Surefire Ways to Get Your Tenants to Pay Rent On Time

Dealing with late rent payments is not something any rental property owner wants to be faced with. It can be challenging to confront those that owe you money, even if you are in the right position to do so. You may find it is easy to give in and let a late payment slide, especially […]

How Can a Catonsville Landlord Break a Tenant’s Lease?

In the past, we have discussed the various reasons why your Maryland tenants maybe able to legally break their lease agreement with you. Things such as being called to active military duty, being a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, and even things you do such as harassing your tenant, or failing to provide […]