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Do You Have to Accept Roommates? A Landlord’s Guide to Best Practices

Do You Have to Accept Roommates? A Landlord's Guide to Best Practices

  In certain areas, especially cities or locations with a large student population, the issue of roommates will come up frequently. So, do you have to accept roommates? For landlords, renting to multiple, unrelated tenants can widen your pool of potential renters, ultimately helping to fill units quicker. However, it also comes with its fair […]

How to Report Bad Landlords and Deal with Poor Property Management

How to Report Bad Landlords and Deal with Poor Property Management

  When you are renting an apartment, so many things can contribute to a bad overall experience. A big one is poor or mismanagement. This can be in the form of landlord negligence or a bad property management company, but both add stress to the rental relationship. Below we will take a look at tips […]

Understanding Tenant Rights in Baltimore, Maryland

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Tenant rights in Baltimore County are important for both landlords and tenants to understand. It is important for landlords to avoid receiving fines, bad reviews, or legal consequences (depending on the situation). There are four major tenant rights laws in Baltimore County and throughout Maryland. These include; MD tenant rights, federal tenant rights, security deposit […]

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 […]

Top 7 Gifts For Your Philadelphia Tenant’s Welcome Package

First impressions are a big deal when it comes to moving tenants into your Philadelphia rental property. In fact, the way in which you handle the entire move-in process is sure to set the tone for the entire lease term. If you want an easy way to impress your new tenants, make them feel welcome […]

3 Ways to Help Your Tenants Calculate Renters Insurance Coverage

Requiring your tenants to have renters insurance is one of the best ways to protect yourself, your Abingdon rental property, and your tenants. Unfortunately, many tenants feel that having renters insurance is not necessary. In fact, a 2016 Insurance Information Institute poll reports that only 41% of renters have renters insurance, compared to 95% of […]

4 Ways To Avoid Losing Good Tenants In Your Rental Property

With top notch tenants in your rental property and Parkville’s best property management company to do most of the work for you, you can enjoy sitting back, relaxing, and watching the rental income roll in. However, that doesn’t mean you can get rid of the thought of vacant rental properties in the back of your […]

Top Addendums to Include in a Lease Agreement in Columbia, MD

Drawing up an airtight lease from the very beginning is one of the most important things you and your Columbia, Maryland property management company can do. Doing this prevents any confusion amongst the parties regarding what is to be expected throughout the lease term, and helps to protect both property owner and tenant. If you […]

5 Easy Ways to Childproof Your Maryland Rental Property

With the growing rental market, property owners all over the country find that families are stepping away from buying property, and are looking to rent instead. In fact, according to the New York Times, every year since 2004, 770,000 new rental houses have come onto the rental market. While not every one of those rental […]

How to Show an Occupied Rental in Harford County, MD

Minimizing the time your Harford County rental property sits vacant between tenants is the goal of any successful landlord. That’s why, once you find out your current tenant will not be signing a lease renewal, it is a good idea to start the search for a new tenant right away. But what should you do […]