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How to Handle a Tenant Holding Over in Your Rental

A tenant holding over can be a scary and frustrating situation for property owners. So, when a lease expires and the tenant refuses to vacate, what is a landlord to do? It is critical to remember that even though the tenant is no longer under the lease, they still have rights. Thus, meaning the landlord […]

What to Do and How to Evict a Squatter in Your Rental Property

As a landlord, securing responsible and paying tenants is the ultimate goal. However, there are a few things along the way that can derail those plans. For example, if the property has been vacant for a while and someone decides to move in illegally. Furthermore, a tenant could choose not to leave after their lease […]

What is Wrongful Eviction? – A Landlord’s Guide to Avoiding Illegal Eviction


When a tenant stops paying rent, fails to vacate, or breaches the lease provisions, all a landlord wants is to get them out as quickly as possible. However, trying to do so can prove to be a long and tedious process. Due to the cost and time involved in removing a non-compliant tenant, landlords may […]

CDC Eviction Ban: What Can Landlords Do to Protect Their Investment?

How Landlords can Deal With the CDC Eviction Ban

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) once again extended the national ban on evictions. What was supposed to expire on June 30th has now been pushed to July 31, 2021. In a statement made June 24th, the CDC said that this was intended to be the final extension of the orders meant to […]

What Are Squatter’s Rights: Everything a Landlord Needs to Know


Eviction is a scary word for any landlord. However, what’s worse is when you find out the people living in your rental never had a lease in the first place! When that occurs, or when there is an unauthorized occupant – you have squatters. A common misconception is these individuals have no rights because they […]

How to Spot and Avoid a Professional Tenant

How to Spot and Avoid Detrimental Professional Tenants

Not every landlord is familiar with the term “professional tenants.” At first, it may not sound terrible, but it only takes one encounter with one of these individuals to change your mind forever. A professional tenant can quickly become a landlord’s worst nightmare, damaging both the property itself and profits. Continue reading as we help […]

A Step-by-Step Guide to Maryland Tenant Eviction

A Step-by-Step Guide to Maryland Tenant Eviction

No landlord wants to ever deal with a lengthy and costly tenant eviction process. However, giving tenants “second chances” to put off the inevitable rarely works out. Besides, one second chance is usually enough to tell landlords whether the problem tenant has straightened out or not. Keep in mind that putting off eviction any further […]

Effects of Eviction Moratorium on DC Landlords

The Current Moratorium Restrictions on Evictions in Washington DC

New executive orders have landlords in Washington DC and across the country wondering when, or if, relief from non-paying tenants will ever come. Recently, the POTUS signed an order to extend the eviction moratorium on residential properties. Therefore, at least for now, the light at the end of the tunnel is a little further away. […]

What Are the Eviction Moratorium Guidelines and When Will it End?

What Are the Eviction Moratorium Guidelines and When Will it End?

Many landlords who may have otherwise pursued a tenant eviction have so far not been able to due to COVID-19. However, is there an end in sight? At least for now, the federal government has extended the eviction moratorium for residential properties. Understanding changing regulations and executive orders are tough for landlords. After all, there […]

Tenants Not Paying Rent During COVID – What is a Landlord to Do?

Tenants Not Paying Rent During COVID - What is a Landlord to Do?

Unfortunately for landlords, the COVID-19 pandemic has left many tenants unable to pay for their monthly rent due to shut-downs, furloughs, or complete job loss. As businesses struggle to resume operations, the threat of tenants not being able to afford to pay all of their bills continues to be an issue.  So, what are property […]