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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 If You’re Being Evicted: A Guide for Tenants

Facing eviction can be overwhelming and stressful. Additionally, having an eviction on your record can affect your ability to obtain rental housing in the future. As such, it’s crucial to follow lease rules, pay rent on time, and maintain your rental to avoid potential issues with your landlord. However, it’s still important to know what […]

What to Do if You Have Difficulty Paying Rent


Rent prices are increasingly higher than in previous years, leaving some tenants worried about making payments on time. If you’re having difficulty paying rent, you must talk to your landlord to ensure you are both on the same page. If you don’t know what to do if you’re unable to pay rent, read along as […]

How to Avoid Eviction and Still Get a Tenant to Move Out

How to Avoid Eviction and Still Get a Tenant to Move Out

Sometimes, you cannot avoid eviction: one or more of your tenants has to go. Preferably sooner rather than later. Evicting a tenant is one of the more draining experiences you’ll have to endure as a landlord. Evictions take time and money, but are there any other legal ways to get your property back? Yes! Telling […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Understanding the CDC Eviction Ban: How Landlords Are Fighting Back

Understanding the CDC Eviction Ban How Landlords Are Fighting Back

The moratorium on evictions is now extended through June 30, 2021. Landlords are left to wonder, is there any end in sight? The answer is a complex and uncertain one. Since the CDC eviction ban has already been extended multiple times, what can a landlord do? According to Moody Analytics, an estimated 7 million households […]

A Landlord’s Guide: Virginia Eviction Process

A Landlord's Guide to the Eviction Process in Virginia

When it comes to the eviction process, following the letter of the law is essential for landlords. Especially during these trying times recovering from the pandemic, every landlord must understand the process and restrictions involved in removing a tenant. Continue reading below as we break down the eviction process in Virginia, how it differs from […]

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 […]